Author Archives: Anthony Mills

The Twelve Disciplines of Consistently Innovative Organizations

Ever notice that some organizations seem to be far more consistent at delivering new innovation than most?  I have.  Ever wonder why this is… what they do differently?  I certainly have. Indeed, like so many others before me, I’ve spent my entire adult life working in and around organizations that were trying constantly to deliver better value to their markets. Some ...

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The Undeniable Power of the “Garage Experience”

If you’re like me and a lot of other entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs around the world, then you’ve likely romanticized – at least at some point in time – about what it must have been like in great companies like Apple, HP, Google, and Cisco when they were just getting their start – in their founders’ garages of all places (or ...

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The Only Three Swim Lanes that Matter to a Business

  In the course of my training with business leaders, we inevitably come to the existential business question… “What is the purpose of a business?” This is a great question, and one with a very simple answer. The purpose of a business is to create value. That’s it.  To create value.  Plain and simple.  That is what a business does. ...

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