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Is Intuition Running Your Business?

How much do you rely on intuition in your business? Would you want to learn about a tool or method that seems counter – intuitive? Welcome to the world of disruptive innovation! Paul Graham is the legendary co-founder of Y Combinator, one the most successful technology incubators in the world. Successful startups such as Dropbox and Airbnb w... Continue reading

Disruptive Technology Example and Insights

Clayton Christensen’s, The Innovators Dilemma, details a great story about a surprising disruptive innovation. Although the book was written in 1997, it was way ahead of its time in understanding the uncertainty and requirements for learning and discovery when faced with potential disruptive innovation in your industry. Chistensen’s story... Continue reading

Borrowing and Combining Innovation

Borrowing innovation is easier than inventing from scratch! Think you have to start your invention from scratch? Why not combine existing innovations? Here’s two examples of incredible innovations over 100 years apart: Henry Ford (1908) Henry Ford actually borrowed three existing innovations for his assembly line: i) Interchangeable part... Continue reading

New Approaches to Enhance Innovation & Creativity

Nowadays, innovation is a popular word in our vocabulary. But a clear understanding of what this term means and why it’s so important in the present economy is needed before exploring alternatives to enhance it. Essentially, innovation is the usage of new ideas to develop and implement new processes, products, services, or even business models... Continue reading

Finding Business Inspiration for Business Growth

Creative stimulus can occur in the strangest places. A few years ago, I was visiting the Grand Canyon with my mother. In our conversation, we discussed the nursery school she runs back in my home town. We both came to an interesting revelation. To manage the safety and social behavior of a group of three-year-olds, she observes their behaviors,... Continue reading