Manifestos tagged with Innovation


The New Era of Innovation
June 12, 2019 - By: Chris Duffey
“What we can be certain of is because of new emerging technology like AI, the rate of change will only increase. And the need for human intelligence, creativity, and ingenuity will be even more valuable and in demand in the future. However, here in lies the paradox—that AI technology is not only fueling the pace of change but will also make us more intelligent.”
Rethinking Execution: The ‘Salsa Scale’ of Embedment
June 12, 2019 - By: Todd M. Warner
“Execution is a challenge in every organization, and “embedment” means different things for different technical outputs. Not every initiative and priority needs to be localized in teams across an organization. Unfortunately, organizational approaches to embedment are so shallow and flawed that they are perpetually vexed by the challenges of getting local people to adopt any new ways of working.”
Future Proof: Reinventing Work in an Age of Acceleration
May 15, 2019 - By: Diana Wu David
“The future of work looks bewildering. … Jobs tenures are shorter than ever, while our work life seems to go on to infinity and beyond. Exponential change means that everyone is perpetually considering how to re-invent themselves to keep up with shifting careers and mores.”
The Resurrection of the American Dream
May 15, 2019 - By: Craig Hall, with Linden Gross
“The statistics and research are clear—over the course of the last several decades, the number of new startups in the U.S. has been on a steady decline … 75 percent of venture capital in the U.S. goes to only three areas—Silicon Valley, New York, and Boston. This has left much of the United States a wasteland in terms of entrepreneurial activity. And the punches keep on coming.”
How to Turn Complexity Into Advantage
May 15, 2019 - By: David Komlos & David Benjamin
“With all the fuss about unprecedented and accelerating complexity, you’ll probably be surprised to hear that today’s standout leaders are solving their organization’s defining challenges … They have upended conventional wisdom and replaced it with a new underlying logic, from which when understood, there’s no turning back.”
Reinventing Reinvention: Choosing the Continuous ‘Wise Pivot’ Over One-Time Transformation
April 17, 2019 - By: Omar Abbosh, Paul Nunes, and Larry Downes
“It turns out that the best response to constant and potentially devastating change is continuous rebalancing of an energized innovation portfolio, applied with as much creativity to older parts of your business as it is to the new. We call this self-renewing process ‘The Wise Pivot.’”
Navigating the Ninja Future
March 22, 2019 - By: Gary Shapiro
“We are entering a new era of innovation. The pace of change is accelerating. And in the midst of this change, stability seems sensible—but sameness is not a winning strategy. In our fast-moving economy, businesses and governments that stick with what’s worked in the past will be left in the past.”
Why CEOs and Boards Need to Be Fearless
Feb. 20, 2019 - By: Jean Case
“Board members also need to be champions of, and networkers for, the organizations they serve. And, particularly in a world where change is accelerating and disruption is becoming the norm, board members also need to step up and challenge the organizations they care so much about—and the same goes for CEOs.”
Hustle & Float: Reclaim Your Creativity and Thrive in a World Obsessed with Work
Feb. 20, 2019 - By: Rahaf Harfoush
“It turns out, the strategies we’re putting in place to increase our productivity are hurting our creative performance. By industrializing our creative skillset, we’ve prioritized performance and ignored critical hidden forces at play—our cultural, historical and biological baggage—that underlie and influence our conceptions of work.”
Stop Undermining Democracy and Your Business
Jan. 23, 2019 - By: Carol Sanford
“Why is it that organizational leaders, and people in general, have such difficulty recognizing the negative impacts of their business practices and work designs? Why do we so deeply believe in what is later found to be not only untrue, but often harmful? … I believe it is the lack of a discernment and reflective process to examine what we are sold.”



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