Sustainability

What Is Your Why?

Many corporate drones go to work for living and then participate in all kinds of interesting, engaging activities where their passions lie outside of work. Isn't it ironic that at the peak of the knowledge work shift, many people have little engagement or participation in their work?

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Innovation Comes in Many Forms

Innovation comes in all different forms, and there is more than one way to boost profits in organizations. Layoffs are not the only way to improve the bottom line when times get tough. Often asking the right questions can uncover new revenue sources in areas that previously had only been seen as a source of costs.

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Disruptive Moments Sometimes Require Letting Go

Emotional attachment prompts some incredibly strong bonds, a host of clear affections and different reactions when it comes to our favourite brands or products. When something suddenly ‘disrupts’ this, it triggers a set of mixed emotions that shakes you and stirs up different feelings that take some time to re-order in your mind.

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For Whom the Bell Tolls

I read two short articles over this weekend. One was entitled "Avoiding Innovation's Terrible Toll" written by Spencer E Ante, published in the Wall Street Journal and the other by Jeffrey Phillips' "Watch Out – Executives Talking About Innovation" here on Innovation Excellence.

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