Monthly Archives: November 2010

Rekindle Brainpower or Spin Wheels?

eweber   November 24, 2010   2 Comments

People ask how they can rekindle brainpower to do something novel. If you’ve slipped into potholes of anger, disappointment, or anxiety lately –  you likely feel the need for a new shot at success. For some it’s a matter of moving beyond ruts and into renewed opportunities. For others it’s… Read more »

Are you Aware?

eweber   November 24, 2010   4 Comments

Unless you’re aware of exact expectations at work, you’re likely heading for failure. In funding, hidden expectations can block out top innovations, and disappoint inventors. All through lack of awareness. People crave leaders who grow aware of their concerns. In contests, concentration on one focus area only, often blinds judges… Read more »

Innovation Brainpower in Opposites

eweber   November 19, 2010   5 Comments

Has your workplace sunken you into a quagmire of broken practices, cranky managers, or a shrinking public purse? Few deny that frustrations follow from spinning your wheels and getting nowhere.  Stress that increasingly bombards workplaces, also lowers brainpower.  If that watch-your-back syndrome consumes your  time and talent, you are not… Read more »

Is your Workplace Plastic?

eweber   November 16, 2010   1 Comment

Amazing brainpower  advances any workplace that taps into its plasticity. Does yours? Will new facts about plasticity’s knack to turn novelty into advantage,  offer you dividends  at work today? Is Your Workplace Plastic? Let’s say you  knew how plasticity rewires  brainpower for more success when you simply act on a… Read more »

Inventing or Venting?

eweber   November 14, 2010   2 Comments

It likely comes as no surprise that human brains cannot vent and invent at the same time. Some media programs, and many organizations for that matter – enable venting in ways that preclude its opposite. How so? See innovative meetings e-handbook here for dozens of practical strategies that bring meetings… Read more »

Diversity, Risk and Innovation Growth

eweber   November 12, 2010   1 Comment

Have you noticed how organizations that risk change also tend to leap forward, in the direction of that shift?  Some even find potential for global recognition, simply because they moved forward on stepping stones past limitations toward more diverse opportunities. It takes a learned flexibility. Toss in a new zest… Read more »