Innovation keeps your business competitive. Stagnant companies cannot last. The Business Innovation category is dedicated to providing insight into how you and your company can sustain innovation.

  • Get out of your ivory tower and innovate

    Get out of your ivory tower and innovate

    There is an underlying theme of “If I build it they will come” as it relates to Product Innovation. This mythical idea can be portrayed on the big screen, but has no place in your business. This is called the Ivory Tower syndrome. Fortunately, there is a cure to this syndrome and it starts with

  • The path to agile innovation

    The path to agile innovation

    Innovation, most would agree, is the secret of sustained success. But maintaining innovation for the long haul is hard. Just look at companies like Blackberry and Sony, who used to be among the most innovative companies on the planet and now aren’t. What caused these companies to fall? Their approach to innovation wasn’t agile enough.

  • Creativity versus intelligence

    Creativity versus intelligence

    Returning from a workshop I recently led on how to increase employees’ creativity and structure ways to channel ideas into innovative products and processes, I began thinking about a comment I made – ‘intelligence is not a predictor of innovation; creativity is the key.’ Einstein claimed that imagination is more important than knowledge. Indeed, as a

  • Introducing the Axial Growth 100

    Introducing the Axial Growth 100

    Ask an average kid on the street what she wants to be when she grows up, and odds are good she won’t say “the founder of a desk manufacturer.” It’s equally unlikely that she’ll pinpoint starting a crowdfunding company, owning a digital signage business, or figuring out how to 3D print an alpaca sweater. But

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