Here is a brief excerpt from an article by Daniel Goleman for LinkedIn. To read the complete article and check out others, please click here.
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Can entrepreneurship be taught? Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper believes it can and has established the Draper University of Heroes to do just that. In this interview, Draper explains the gap he believes the school fills and why the private and public sector must think … READ MORE
Here is a brief excerpt from an article co-authored by Tsun-Yan Hsieh and Stephen Bear for McKinsey & Company. In it, they explain why a leader’s best chance to lock in new organizational norms is usually during the … READ MORE
In The Innovation Expedition, Gijus van Wulfen identifies and discusses lessons to be learned from great explorers such as Roald Amundsen, Neil Armstrong, Christopher Columbus, Yuri Gagarin, Edmund Hillary, David Livingston, Ferdinand Magellan, and Ernest Shackleton.
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How and why “the smallest market efforts can produce outsized sales results if you focus on the right issues”
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A globally recognized innovation leader and futurist, Lisa Bodell founded futurethink in 2003 to provide a simple approach to the otherwise complicated topic of innovation. Working with leading brands such as Starwood, Merck, and Sprint, futurethink has … READ MORE
An insider’s account of the decline and fall of a once great firm that was “greedy, but long-term greedy”
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