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Help Support Gender Equity on May 10th

I am excited to announce on behalf of Innovation Excellence friend Tiffany Shlain that 50/50 Day is less than a month away and we can’t wait for this global conversation about gender equality! For those of you who haven’t signed … Continue reading

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Another Innovation Movie for Kids

by Braden Kelley If you haven’t watched the Disney movie “Meet the Robinsons” with your kids, you should. It may not inject innovation into their DNA, but it will help teach the role of failure in success. Here is a … Continue reading

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Shocking People into Buying Your Product

It costs a lot of money to make a television commercial, and at its core what is a television advertisement? It’s a short piece of video designed to reinforce brand values and attachment, or possibly with any luck, to drive … Continue reading

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Innovation Quotes of the Day – May 31, 2012

“Every bursted bubble has a glory! Each abysmal failure makes a point! Every glowing path that goes astray, shows you how to find a better way. So every time you stumble never grumble. Next time you’ll bumble even less! For … Continue reading

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Innovation Quotes of the Day – May 22, 2012

“Comic books had it wrong. It didn’t take a trauma or cosmic rays or a power ring to make a super hero, just the perfect combination of optimism and naivety.” – From the Movie “Kickass” “The heart and soul of … Continue reading

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Innovation and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Now that my local Blockbuster has gone out of business, I’ve made the jump and joined Netflix (although I will miss taking trips to Blockbuster with my daughter). The first disc in my queue to arrive was the venerable, enjoyable … Continue reading

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