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Remember that first day feeling? You have a fantastic new job. You’re excited, passionate, believe in the greatness of things to come.
Hack by Shelley McIvor on October 30, 2013
 This hack was inspired by the great book by Jonathan Zittrain "The future of the Internet" but is not limited to Internet businesses. Zittrain describe the PC and the Internet as "generativ
Hack by Leonardo Zangrando on July 17, 2013
Most large companies are a collection of silos, with employees who are so focused on their area of specialization they may be missing key opportunities and threats.
Hack by Deb Seidman on July 17, 2013
Innovation poses two enormous problems for most leaders given the way they are trained to think. First, it’s a time-based form of value. It goes sour like milk. This year’s “must-have” gadget will end up in a landfill next Christmas or at least be overwritten by Version 2.0. Second, innovation only pays in the future for which you presently have no data. As Kierkegaard put it “Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”
Blog by Jeff DeGraff on March 18, 2013
Mention the word “innovation” to any of Whirlpool Corporation’s 70,000 employees, and he or she will not typically cite any particular product, service or line of business.   At Whirlpool, t
Story by JD Rapp on January 23, 2013

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