Posts Tagged ‘Business Innovation’
The recent corporate scandals, from Libor fixing to horse meat in our burgers, has shone a bright light on the role and character of business and banking leaders as never before.
For me, it is time for the transparent leader to step forward…
Why do I believe that leadership is the be all and end all? That it is the difference maker?
Simply because developing our leadership ability is the akin to developing our character. And we need both if we are to succeed at failing…
The Lean Startup movement gets that learning underpins all innovation – and startup success.
The lean startup concept also understands that the learning is about finding out what ‘doesn’t work’ as much as ‘what does’.
So, what can top physicist Richard Feynman teach us about lean startups and innovation? Find out…
Every three years we seem to undergo a fundamental shift in thinking.
We had rapid system development 6 years ago, and rapid customer development 3 years – so what should we expect in 2011?
Read on to find out…
Research shows that freelancers can solve many of the challenges faced by businesses, agencies or departments that are looking to innovate and grow.
Instead of just being a way to save costs, freelancers are discovering that they bring original ideas and solutions to their clients.
But does it work? Can freelancers help avoid failure and stimulate innovation?
Hurrah! There has been a shift in business thinking!
Stock investors have rediscovered Warren Buffett’s investment principle of ‘never lose money’ and entrepreneurs are now focused on how to avoid small business failure, rather than searching for growth at all costs.
We need to learn how to avoid small business failure and so that your business has time and space to innovate.