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Partners Wanted – Taking Nine Innovation Roles Global

I was in Boston, MA last week for the Front End of Innovation conference and had the opportunity to train dozens of potential corporate Nine Innovation Roles trainers as part of my quest to set the Nine Innovation Roles free … Continue reading

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Webinar – Winning the War for Innovation – September 12th

Tomorrow, September 12, 2012 at 11am EDT (GMT -5:00) I will be presenting a webinar in cooperation with Imaginatik, a leader in the idea management software category. The webinar is titled ‘Winning the War for Innovation‘ and we’ll be helping … Continue reading

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Harnessing the Global Talent Pool to Accelerate Innovation

In this webinar hosted by Innocentive I explore how organizations can utilize open innovation and crowdsourcing resources as an essential talent management strategy to drive their business. You can engage me to create a webinar or white paper for your … Continue reading

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VIDEO – Mobilizing Your Innovation Army

In collaboration with IIR and the Back End of Innovation conference, I hosted a webinar last year titled ‘Mobilizing Your Innovation Army’ examining how organizations can engage the hearts, minds, and eyes of employees into the innovation efforts of the … Continue reading

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Mobilizing Your Innovation Army – Redux

We had some technical difficulties last week, so IIR will be re-hosting this free webinar this Thursday – September 15, 2011 at Noon EDT. Too much of the time the innovation conversation focuses on whether someone is innovative or not. … Continue reading

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Mobilizing Your Innovation Army

Too much of the time the innovation conversation focuses on whether someone is innovative or not. We waste far too much time focusing on how people can become more innovative instead of stopping to think about the possibility that everyone … Continue reading

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