Manifestos tagged with Innovation


Innovate or Perish! What’s Your Strategy?
Nov. 2, 2011 - By: Kevin & Jackie Freiberg and Dain Dunston
“It doesn’t matter what industry you are in, someone, somewhere right now is building a product, process or business model designed to kick your butt. If it’s you, then you define the rules by which others must play the game. If it’s NOT you, then you had better get comfortable playing by someone else’s rules.”
The 5,000 Year History of How We Lost Half Our Mind (Or How Blah-Blah-Blah Has Gradually Taken Over Our Lives)
Nov. 2, 2011 - By: Dan Roam
“Over the millenia, we have gradually purged our visual mind from our understanding of language, communications, and intelligence. ... It's time to bring our visual mind back.”
What If They Listened to Entrepreneurs?
July 6, 2011 - By: Henry R. Nothhaft
“Before any significant and sustained increase in the creation of good middle-class jobs can take place, the voice of the entrepreneur who is the source of all breakthrough innovation and job growth must be heard.”
The Third Screen: Why Mobile Is a Game Changer
June 8, 2011 - By: Chuck Martin
“We’re in the midst of a revolution bigger than the TV or PC and businesses of all types and sizes will be faced with how to deal with it. Not only are many businesses not ready, others are totally unaware."
Don’t Let the Sidewalk End: How To Create a Revolution
May 4, 2011 - By: Patrick J. Howie
“This manifesto is about creating revolutions. Not big political revolutions, although it could help there too, but revolutions of any size and in any field or industry. It is also about innovating, and how to be better at it and how innovations, properly nourished, are the catalysts of revolutions."
Practically Radical: Four Simple Truths about Leading Change and Making a Difference
Jan. 19, 2011 - By: William C. Taylor
“We are living through the age of disruption. You can’t do big things if you’re content with doing things a little better than everyone else or a little differently than how you did them before."
Personality Poker: How to Create High-Performing Innovation Teams
Oct. 6, 2010 - By: Stephen M. Shapiro
“'Opposites attract,' or at least that’s the line we’ve all been fed. However, in reality, nothing could be further from the truth. Aside from the physics of magnets, the fact is that opposites actually repel. Human beings strive for commonality, and organizations exist amid striking homogeneity—but why is this a concern?"
THE FASCINATION FACTOR (and how you can use it to write books)
July 6, 2010 - By: Mark Levy
"Books indeed need readers, so thinking about audience is important. Books also help writers achieve career goals, so thinking strategically about how a book can advance one’s business makes sense. But looking at those things too early leads to a bland book. Why?"



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