How much do you know about corporate innovation concepts, key thinkers, famous failures, and Silicon Valley disruptors? Try a 22 question quiz by InnovationLeader here.
Designers finally have a seat at the table.
Just about nobody knows what a chief design officer is actually supposed to do. Keep reading here.
One of the best ways to get better at nondirective coaching is to try conversing using the GROW model.
The role of the manager, in short, is becoming that of a coach. Hear and read the full story here.
It can be extremely difficult to know when you may have to say no to that potentially game-changing idea.
Saying ‘no’ offends our sensibilities and our natural desire to be liked by everyone. Got interested? Keep reading here.
This year alone Disney have shattered Hollywood records by releasing not one, but five $1 billion movies.
Iger is an example of a CEO who is determined to see growth through a much kinder form of leadership than we tend to see in Hollywood and the media. Keep reading here.
Measuring four essential leadership qualities of top founders and CEOs.
These are the visionaries that are reshaping the industries around them. Keep reading right here.
Creativity is not enough to make an innovative leader.
You need innovation capital: The capacity to win resources and convince others to support your innovation projects. Keep reading here.
Three faulty assumptions around corporate innovation.
These assumptions only attack the symptoms of slow innovation, not the root causes. Read full story here.
A framework for successful transformations.
The path to digital transformation is littered with episodes that disrupt customers, employees, and partners. Reading and watching (video): follow me.
The business case for being curious and why it’s an enduring leader behaviour.
Companies don’t become great by themselves, or by accident.Interested to read more? It will be 3 minutes read here.