Tag Archive: Innovation

Bringing contrasting qualities together

New York Time’s bestselling author, four-time entrepreneur, jazz musician, and creativity expert, Josh Linkner was not what I expected. Josh authored, “Disciplined Dreaming: A Proven System to Drive Breakthrough Creativity.” I expected a… Continue reading

The value of ignorance

Everyone is ignorant of many things and knowledgeable about very few. Ignorance has nothing to do with intelligence and everything to do with not knowing. Intelligent people can be ignorant. You may be knowledgeable… Continue reading

Vacillation or Agility

Changing organizational-direction may feel like instability. Worse yet, some may think that leaders that adapt are weak. The end result is uncertainty among the troops. Uncertainty drains vitality which leads to disloyalty and… Continue reading

Crisis precedes innovation

Just before innovation people feel, frustration, stress, even hopelessness. For example, your company raised the performance bar while restricting resources.  The people “up stairs” don’t get it and you just know you’ll never… Continue reading