Monthly Archives: October 2010

Free Speech – Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire

Who says there is no such thing as free speech? (well, nearly free) From now thru December 31, 2010, if you are one of the first five organizations to buy 100 copies of my new book – Stoking Your Innovation … Continue reading

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Toronto Innovation Book Event

by Braden Kelley On Tuesday, November 9, 2010 I will be speaking about my new book Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire at a book event at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto as part of their Innovation … Continue reading

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Keynote at Pipeline 2010

by Braden Kelley On November 10, 2010 I will be delivering the closing keynote at Pipeline 2010 – The Online Conference for Innovative Product Development. The tagline for the event is “Connect with innovation and discover your potential” and the … Continue reading

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Kindle Sample of ‘Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire’

by Braden Kelley Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire is being announced by John Wiley & Sons today. Please help get the book off to a strong start by purchasing a copy (or one for each member of your team), and then … Continue reading

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Please Help Ignite the Innovation Bonfire

by Braden Kelley Every successful organization began as a nimble, innovative startup with the ability to course-correct and quickly adapt to the needs of its customers. But along the way, success and growth cause changes in the structure, the culture, … Continue reading

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Introducing Snack-Sized Innovation Consulting

by Braden Kelley As many of you know, Blogging Innovation is a sideline for me, and a way of giving back by bringing together the best innovation and marketing insights I can get access to and then make them accessible … Continue reading

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