Taking actions to encourage creativity in the workplace for more innovation.
A work published in your name can prove a great asset in building your credibility and reputation with clients.
Most successful innovations look obvious once they are established but were not so beforehand.
An atmosphere where ideas are criticized will crush creativity and deter people from coming forward.
We tend to assume that if we work hard and save money then one day we will end up wealthy. This is wishful thinking.
Killing the weaker projects.
To be noticed and to succeed in an organization you sometimes have to lose your fear of losing your job.
You are 42 times more likely to die in a road accident within the next week than to win the lottery with a single ticket.
Classic examples of experts who were wrong.
What we sometimes need is not a lack of respect but a lack of deference. People who challenge us.
We tend to think that a CEO’s job is about execution – and it is. But it is also about thinking, imagining, envisioning and communicating.
We need more entrepreneurial activity and that means more individuals taking the dangerous, difficult and courageous decision to start their own business. How do you start?
There are things that are out of your control. But when the following things are choices, poverty can be hard to escape.
Want organizational change? Try the 5 key stages of the ADKAR Change Management methodology.
Sometimes the biggest resistance to innovation comes from the person who should benefit most from it – the customer.