Tag Archives: Creativity

Coaching for Innovation Agility to Affect Profound Change

Uncertainty and instability are the key drivers of the business game and our clients are challenged by a diverse range of problems which are not going away. This means that the future will be very different from today and, as coaches, we are in a unique position to support and enable our clients to survive, master, and flourish within the playing fields of the future.

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Real Magic: The Power of Words

The life of an organization is defined and redefined by the language it chooses to use. More than any other factor, compliance around words conveys the values of a place where people work. Indeed, words are magic, carrying so much weight that they demand careful, conscious attention.

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5 Things I’ve Learned About Creativity

I never planned to be a writer. In fact, it was something I actively avoided. As a publishing CEO, I felt it was important to steer clear of the creative process. When business side people start inserting themselves into creative work, it usually leads to trouble. So I focused on supporting other people’s creativity rather than pursuing my own.

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Essential Tactics for Innovation Intrapreneurs

For authentic innovation to occur at an organization, you have to craft the culture of a place to accept and embrace new ways of working together and being in the market. More often than not, teams or outsourced agencies follow an innovation method, create many concepts that are new to the market and certain to create new value, but are ...

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Why We Need T-Shaped Innovators

Big disruptive innovations don’t usually come from experts in the field. Max Planck, the famous physicist famously quipped that “science advances one funeral at a time”, and in some ways, you can argue that this applies equally to innovation. In the latter case, it is typically market leadership that dies...

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