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When asked why he wasn't getting results with his countless tries to successfully develop the light bulb, Thomas Edison replied, "Results? Why, man, I've gotten a lot of results. I know several thousand things that won't work."Read article »
Discover the Improvement Planning approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to successRead article »
Discover the Improvement Planning approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to success.Read article »
When I look back at the hundreds of team or organization changes I've been involved in during the last three decades, the most successful – and certainly all major ones – were driven by "monomaniacs with a mission."Read article »
Through living in and empathizing with our customers' world, our innovation leaders focus the organization's development capabilities on solving problems or meeting needs that our customers may not realize could be done.Read article »
Continuous innovation comes mainly from implementing the four stages of controlled chaos — exploration, experimentation, development and integration — into the organization.Read article »
Managers keep searching for the sure-fire change and improvement path. But following the trendy and popular routes often lead them over a cliff or into dead-end canyons. Cutting through the buzzwords and theories, comes Pathways to Performance — a guide to help you, your team, and your organization blaze your own successful way to high performance.View book/ebook/CD »
Like the weather, many people talk about innovation but few managers do much about it. Unlike the weather, there is a lot managers can and must do about innovation – especially in difficult times. Innovation often falls into the same trap as strategic planning, economic forecasting, and change management. There is no orderly path that […]Read post »