Posts Tagged ‘innovation coach’

A Presidential Call to Action: Reigniting the Spirit of Innovation

Reigniting the American Spirit of Innovation On Tuesday, January 12, 2016, President Barack Obama gave his final State of the Union (SOTU) address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. in which the theme of innovation was discussed. According to Nielsen TV Ratings estimates, an average audience of 31.3 million people…

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Innovate to Thrive

Forbes Contributor Martin Zwilling introduction to Robert’s Rules of Innovation II: The Art of Implementation One of the biggest challenges in any business, large or small, is overcoming the natural human preference for status quo, or fear of change. It means that most team members and executives alike have a natural tendency to prefer killing…

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Prime Time Innovation: Why Audiences Can’t Get Enough of “Shark Tank” and Other Entrepreneurial Reality TV Shows

Move over rose wielding bachelors and cha-chaing celebutantes, reality TV has crowned a new ratings darling: ABC’s “Shark Tank”. The show’s premise is simple: it’s essentially a business pitch competition where entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas on live TV to a panel of investors known as the “sharks”. Rapid-fire deals are negotiated on the spot…

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The Path to Leading by Example

No matter what industry you’re a part of, chances are you’ve had to deal with seemingly unreasonable demands and double standards from your direct supervisors, bosses, and clients. Perhaps, you’ve been contacted after-hours to make adjustments to your company’s impending press release the next day. Or your work environment has grown increasingly tense because your…

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Observation, Measurement, and How They Lead to Sustainable Innovation

The degree in which a company prioritizes sustainable innovation can often become the difference between a successful business and a struggling business. True innovation does more than just meet the immediate exigency of consumers and clients; it anticipates those demands and needs, providing products and/or services that radically changes the landscape of the marketplace.

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The Collective Effort of Creativity in Ideation

With our ever increasing aptitude for technology, CEO’s and thought-leaders are on the hunt for the next big idea; that one product or service that will revolutionize an industry. Recently, Fast Company released “The 100 Most Creative People in Business,” a list recognizing the innovative accomplishments of notable individuals; from people like Charles Arntzen –…

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Creating a Structured, Repeatable Process For Innovation

Established companies do not easily reinvent themselves.  History shows us that Innovation is often the strategy of startups – but not only is it important in getting to the top, innovation is necessary in order to stay on top. New talent, new techniques, and new products are all needed to stay abreast of the competition.…

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Exponential Leadership and Innovation

“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.”  While there is no hard evidence to attribute the above quote to Henry Ford, there is no argument that he was a visionary of his time. He created something that consumers didn’t realize they needed, by making the automobile affordable. He…

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Innovation Coach Workshop Philadelphia

   Are you a small to mid-sized manufacturing company and concerned that how you currently manage innovation and new product development is not optimized to provide continued growth in revenue and earnings? Or do you want to explore ways to improve an existing process? Innovation Coach workshops offered byNew Product Visions are unique 4-day group workshops focused on…

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