Innovations break with conventions and therefore are hard to accept.
Inspiring companies such as Volvo, Patagonia, and The Body Shop, show moral values provide a source of innovation.
Creative destruction is increasingly real and accelerating faster than ever. A new company comes, an old company goes. Brands emerge and evaporate before our eyes. Look forward with alacrity or don’t bother looking up from abandonment.
Sometimes that is all we have for today.
“Imagination is more important than knowledge” – Albert Einstein
While Millennials and Boomers wage a battle in social media comments over who’s to blame for the state of the world, Generation Z is stepping up to tackle the problems. As a parent of two teens, I’m around enough of them to see firsthand the innovative thinking inherent in GenZ young adults. Sure, their obsession…
Limiting beliefs are defined as beliefs about the world or your own self that are holding you back from achieving your potential.
Try something instead that hasn’t worked (but you think it might). If it starts to work, stay humble. Stay inquisitive.
Find out how GMP CEO, Lisa Hickey, “connects the dots and brings things together”.
When a guy as brilliant as Musk goes sideways, I start to ask myself some questions. Like, what’s up with all the weirdness?
This is Jeremy Gutsche’s best speech on cultural change as it specifically breaks down the pace of change and next steps about how to tactically make change and disruptive innovation happen.
I have been alive for over 20% of our nation’s history.
Don’t rob yourself of the fullness of your own intellectual capacity.
Jessica Stern discusses bringing the arts into the private sector of the United States.
How to use “targeted naivety” to your advantage.
New research shows double majors beat their peers in one critical way that makes them more attractive to employers. Colleges may have to adapt to that reality to help their graduates compete.