Manifestos tagged with Innovation & Creativity


Four Forces for Economic Dominance to Unleash the Second American Century
Feb. 19, 2014 - By: Joel Kurtzman
“The United States is about to enter a period of prolonged economic growth, filled with opportunity. It’s not the emerging market countries that will power the world into the next economic era. It’s the United States.”
Trust Trends 2014: An Executive Brief on How to Gain the Ultimate Competitive Advantage from Key Opportunities Embedded in the Year’s Trends
Jan. 29, 2014 - By: David Horsager & Reid Velo
“Stories of distrust are overflowing from the news. Worse yet, leaders are leaving our world vulnerable. The trust crisis appears to be an inescapable cycle, but we believe there is hope.”
DON’T QUIT YOUR JOB. FIRE YOUR BOSS. (An Invitation to Unravel What the World Has Taught You About Your Work, Your Career and Your Future)
Dec. 20, 2013 - By: Aaron McHugh
“Let’s face it: The biggest gain in changing jobs is that you will restart the clock on a new set of challenges, a new pairing of relationships, and a new boss. ... What if you fired your boss instead?”
Rewriting The Myths of Creativity
Nov. 20, 2013 - By: David Burkus
“There is a mythology that surrounds creativity. These myths were prevalent almost everywhere I looked—everywhere except in the most innovative companies and people. If we want to be more creative, then we have to learn from these companies and individuals and rewrite the myths of creativity.”
INCREMENTALISM MUST DIE. NOW.
Oct. 17, 2013 - By: Eric Lowitt
“Our future is bright, but to capture the light we must embrace change. There are massive opportunities out there, requiring BOLD responses, and one change that must be made now: WE MUST ERADICATE INCREMENTALISM.”
The Passion Conversation: A Guide for Falling Madly in Love with the People your Business Serves
Sept. 11, 2013 - By: Brains on Fire
“Passion is not something you own; it’s something you pass forward. So if you take the time to understand your own unique passion conversation ... as well as the ones that excite those you serve, something amazing will happen.”
Comparing Apple to Plastic Bricks: Why Steve Jobs Was Great for Products, but Lousy as a Management Model
Sept. 11, 2013 - By: David Robertson
“Ignore all the lessons about innovation management that you might be tempted to learn from business press articles about Apple. There are much better examples for you to consider. One of the best is LEGO. Yes, the plastic brick company.”
FundRazor: How Collective Sourcing Can Fix Public Education
Aug. 7, 2013 - By: John Malone
“When it comes to changing the way we fund public education, we have to stop looking at ourselves as just voters and taxpayers. We must also identify ourselves as consumers and business owners, and use that as a way to see what funds are available and really get what we need.”
The Biology of the Bottom Line
Aug. 7, 2013 - By: Frank Forencich
“In a knowledge-based economy, neuro-intellectual assets are vital and may well be more important than conventional, tangible assets. After all, you can always buy a new aircraft or computer, but precious human experience, gained over the course of years or decades, may well be irreplaceable.”
How To Be a Disruptive Hero
Aug. 7, 2013 - By: Bill Jensen
“Disruptive heroes are the people who completely change the rules or teach us that the status quo needs to be pushed, challenged or broken. They have a major impact on what we believe is possible, what we do and who we become. If that sounds daunting for you to take on, don’t freak out! You get to pick the scale and scope of your efforts.”



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