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Book Review: ‘Outsmart Your Instincts: How the Behavioral Innovation Approach Drives Your Company Forward,’ by Adam Hansen, Ed Harrington and Beth Storz

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We're not as innovative as we think we are — our primitive aversion to risk gets in the way. But a new book by three innovation and strategy experts, 'Outsmart Your Instincts: How the Behavioral Innovation Approach Drives Your Company Forward,' by Adam Hansen, Ed Harrington and Beth Storz, can help us get over it — and get creative. Read More »

A Blueprint For an Innovation-Driven Society

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Innovation is a fundamental cause of economic growth, but it also causes disruption, a nice word for failure and destruction of old industries and value chains. Societies need innovation to thrive, but they also fear its destructive power. Those which manage to strike a balance between the need to harness the full potential of human talent and the need for ... Read More »

The Silicon Valley Can Be Replicated In Two Easy Steps

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Many self proclaimed experts on innovation claim that the Silicon Valley cannot be replicated. They present many reason why this seems to them to be true. Yet replicating the Silicon Valley as a location for fundamental technological paradigm breaks is possible, if not easy One often cited idea why it is impossible to replicate Silicon Valley is that of the Matthew ... Read More »