Innovation Blog

Making innovation a habit
Making innovation a habit is disrupting the conventional leadership paradigm by the birth of the creative leader who cultivates an innovation culture: "The traditional way we've thought about leadership—which I would describe as leading from the front, this idea that...
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Going back to the garage – the rise of the intrapreneur
I recently attended a Fintech Meetup involving 400 people to hear the CEO of one of Australia’s four biggest banks speak about his innovation strategy. Unsurprisingly, it is to embrace innovation through technology and to create a "people first" culture. ...
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Making Sense of Enterprise Innovation
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One of the greatest challenges in designing client solutions within the innovation jigsaw puzzle is about making sense of enterprise  innovation in their organisational context. To create the coherence within the diversity and complexity of abstract terminologies and processes that...
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The 7 myths in developing an innovation culture
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As more organizations seek to embrace innovation as a lever for business growth and transformation, we have noticed that it has become more difficult it is to create a common understanding of what this really means. As well as the...
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Creativity as a collaborative process
Every once in awhile, an amazing book drops off the shelf, in front of your eyes and into your hands and resonates with you at the core of your being. ‘Creativity, Inc. Overcoming the unseen forces that stand in the...
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Teaming innovation
A new fluid and agile team paradigm is emerging in the 21st century is compelling groups and teams to work more like an improvisational jazz ensemble rather than as a conducted static orchestra. This is because work frequently occurs now...
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Cultivating Innovation Agility
In a Forbes article, “What Innovation is, and isn’t” by Rob Preston, from Oracle, suggested that consumers are suffering a bout of “innovation fatigue.” He presented data from communications firm, Ketchums’ new Innovation Kernel study, which attempted to figure out...
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Innovation requires experimentation
I wish I had known about Clayton Christensen’s research on living overseas as one of the three ways illustrating how innovation requires experimentation  to contribute to success before I relocated to the Middle East almost six years ago! “In fact,...
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Disrupting corporate innovation education
As many of you are aware, I was an Australian ex-pat and start-up entrepreneur, who resided in Israel fro six years, which is globally acknowledged as The Start-Up Nation (despite the colossal failure of Better Place, the story outlined in...
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Dancing with Disruption
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In the Executive Summary of the 2014 Front End of Innovation Conference, produced by the Institute for International Research, the author introduces us to the notion of dancing with disruption with this statement: “Welcome to Business as unusual. Business as...
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