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Innovation is About Conversations Not Knowledge

GUEST POST from Greg Satell One of the most often repeated stories about innovation is that of Alexander Fleming who, returning from his summer holiday in 1928, found that his bacterial cultures were contaminated by a strange mold. Yet instead … Continue reading

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Leveraging Tacit Knowledge to Drive More Innovation

GUEST POST from Diana Porumboiu The value of intangible assets in organizations is nowadays five times greater than the one of tangible assets. In fact, 84% of value in S&P companies is currently represented by intangible assets, like intellectual property, … Continue reading

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Accelerating Innovation Requires Accelerating Knowledge and Insight

Okay, I admit it, I came across the History Channel’s series Ancient Aliens recently and I’m intrigued, mostly because it is fascinating (and frightening) to me how long it takes to develop true knowledge and insight, but how quickly it … Continue reading

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Innovation Quotes of the Day – April 27, 2012

“If you put fences around people, you get sheep.” – William McKnight (former CEO of 3M) “For people without passion and talent, information has no value.” – Jef Staes “We must find a way to strike a balance between what … Continue reading

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Innovation Quotes of the Day – April 11, 2012

“Innovation transforms the useful seeds of invention into solutions valued above every existing alternative – and of course widely adopted.” – Braden Kelley “Innovation is fostered by information gathered from new connections; from insights gained by journeys into other disciplines … Continue reading

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