Posts from ‘May, 2010’

Government Support for Innovation?

The government supports social innovation through grants that could count if it reaches your community or innovative project. It will take strong support to move this nation’s overwhelmingly broken systems – that default daily into ruts and routines toward solutions for a finer future. Have you felt supported in innovative business projects you lead? Tell […]

Join Discussion to Jumpstart Brainpower at Meetings!

What could your next meeting do differently to jump-start more brainpower and make a difference? People constantly complain that meetings suck where they work, and surprisingly few feel they can transform these fiascoes. Join dynamic Free Webinar on Tuesday 8:00 PM – EST at this link and make a difference at your next meeting! Consider […]

Big Idea Questions to Harness Organizational Innovation

While innovative sparks fly in most organizations –  few sizzling flares ignite novel inventions or propel an industry to the top. Have you considered how innovation could become the front-runner to jumpstart your organization’s brainpower? Big Idea Questions to Drive Innovative Brainpower in any Organization: 1). Staff Development Questions: What will the innovative program look […]

Is Your Right Brain Under-Developed?

In his book, The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working, best selling author, Tony Schwartz reminds us that the right hemisphere of our brains tend to be under-developed. Can you identify?

Jill Bolte Taylor’s mind-bending experience shows strong left brain dominance until after suffering a near death stroke.

Organizational Brainpower for Innovation

What if you took one risk to lead a change that would improve a core practice where you work? Could that move set innovation in motion across an entire organization? On Saturday at an RIT annual event, I spotted 5 questions about innovation that could transform indifference and lead organizational growth. At the Innovation Festival, […]

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