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David Schultz's insight:
One of the greatest ways to identify and thus solve problems is collaboration with your team. When collaboration is healthy and ideas are shared freely then creativity enters the room and problems become yesterday's issues.
Possibly one of the greatest barriers to collaboration is how collaboration meetings are held. This article points out one of the ways these meetings are hindered.
Defining the organizational purpose and promoting organizational alignment are two key factors for creating a culture that supports innovation. In this series of articles focused on Innovation Culture, we are going to share insights and cases of organizations that implemented innovation programs (and less structured initiatives) with the involvement of a wide range of managers and employees.
"If you only do what you've always done, you'll only get what you've always got." That pithy argument for original thinking has been attributed to Albert Einstein, Henry Ford, and Mark Twain, just to name a few--but whoever said it was de...
We’ve all struggled to overcome something we don’t like about ourselves. Why is it so hard to change a single bad habit? The tabloids have talented and famous people splashed across their headlin…
David Schultz's insight:
I love this reminder to turn our focus away from improving our weaknesses as society continually tells us to. Through comparing ourselves to others, by placing our worth on things that don't matter we turn towards improving ourselves when we should turn to our strengths to leverage them to improve the world around us in only the way we can.
How many good ideas have you had today? Probably more than you think. There's something creative people instinctively do that helps them develop and utilize their flashes of genius. What do they know that you don't?
It is clear today that there is not one ideal environment for work. The optimum work environment changes across the day and across the week to support changing needs and give people control and choice of how and where they work....
If it's true, as has been said, that the essence of running a business is "getting up every day and solving today's problem," then effective problem-solving goes to the heart of every successful enterprise....
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