Monthly Archives: April 2014

Getting Unstuck

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Everyone, in any endeavor, gets stuck at some point. All of a sudden, or so it seems, things aren't going right. Or even going anywhere. Writers get writer's block. Athletes suffer from losing streaks. Running a business is no different. What was working well yesterday isn't working today.

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Etymology of Innovation

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The central meaning of innovation relates to renewal. For this renewal to take place it is necessary for people to change the way they make decisions, they must choose to do things differently, make choices outside of their norm. Jay Fraser challenges the definition of "simple".

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Storytellers Welcome: IX Cities Tour Begins

We brought 25 amazing storytellers, and invited an audience of 300 to wander, listen, talk and share. And share they did. Peer-to-peer it turns out, is a turn on. The kind of Story Exchange, which we call Where the Cathedral Meets the Bazaar, just seemed to resonate with our innate curiosity to know more, go deeper - on our own terms - and have our own Q&A with innovators.

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