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    • 1.

      The Discipline of Innovation

      by Pj Germain - 2006-12-01
      In the hyper competition for breakthrough solutions, managers worry too much about characteristics and personality: Am I smart enough? Do I have the right temperament? The do not worry enough about th...
    • 2.

      Creativity Management: The Value of Diversity

      by Kal Bishop - 2006-12-04
      I recently gave a presentation at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design on a topic entitled "Is creativity management an oxymoron?"The essential confusion to people resistant to the idea of ...
    • 3.

      The Idea Economy - Adapting Your Skills And Your Culture For Success

      by Linda Ford, PhD - 2006-12-08
      Sick of the whole "new economy" thing? It was a bit overdone in the 90's But there is some relevance to the "new economy" as we navigate continuing economic shifts. I'm not an economist, so this isn'...
    • 4.

      Why are Women More Likely to Become Multi-millionaires?

      by Julie Archibold - 2006-12-17
      Putting it simply, because women easily excel in whatever they put their mind to, and become passionate about. You see it time and time again with examples of the past and present like: Estee Lauder's...
    • 5.

      Becoming An Idea Catalyst

      by John C. Maxwell - 2006-12-21
      Mike Duke spent 16 years working for retailers that competed with Wal-Mart. So when he joined Wal-Mart's executive team, Mike had a pretty good idea of what made the discount retailer so tough to beat...
    • 6.

      Innovation and Culture: Necessity isn't the Mother of Invention - Culture is!

      by Linda Ford, PhD - 2006-12-21
      Necessity once was thought to be the mother of invention. Why? Because it makes us want to innovate - or actually, need to innovate. However, most of us are already motivated. As workers in the Age of...
    • 7.

      Shaping Culture for Success

      by Linda Ford, PhD - 2006-12-21
      Have you ever implemented a new procedure only to find that no matter what you did to enforce it, no one followed it? If so, it's likely that you were bumping up against the 800 pound Gorilla of corpo...
    • 8.

      Innovation and the Experimental Mindset

      by Linda Ford, PhD - 2006-12-21
      When you're watching a toddler learn to walk and she falls, you don't wonder if she should quit trying to walk. Instead you know she is on a learning curve. Innovation requires experimentation. And...
    • 9.

      International Trade Impact

      by Sharon White - 2007-01-02
      International trade has become increasingly important to the world economy as well as the U.S. economy. Trade accounts for about 25 percent of U.S. and world gross domestic product (GDP). It is growin...
    • 10.

      A Famous Car Auction Offers Some Answers For United States Auto Manufacturing Woes

      by Geoff Ficke - 2007-01-02
      This past New Years holiday weekend, I had planned on the ritual television viewing of endless college and professional football games with my son. He is home for Christmas break from university, and ...