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Organizational Creativity Societal
Organizational Creativity Societal

Wicked Problems When the problems of the world are collected together we call it society. Similar problems are taken to our places of business and we call them issues. Some are trivial, some are meaningful, but most are solvable. With... READ MORE

The Necessities to Making Nudge Change Management Work
May 08,2019 Change Management
The Necessities to Making Nudge Change Management Work

Nudge Change Management Nudge Change Management is the art of facilitating organizational change by using the employees to lead the change effort. Choice architecture and nudges are used to present the employees with the perspective and data to nudge them... READ MORE

Organizational Creativity: New Markets
Organizational Creativity: New Markets

Blue Oceans Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne in 2004 wrote about competitive marketplaces coining the terms Red and Blue Oceans. The Red Ocean is the analogy that represents contested markets where there is a constant fight for dominance and where... READ MORE

Organizational Creativity: Company Sustainability
Organizational Creativity: Company Sustainability

Product Paradox Bill Gates mythology speaks of his dream in the 1980s where every house had a personal computer. What seemed unfathomable became a reality during the turn of the century. There were multiple manufacturers ranging from IBM and Apple... READ MORE

Team Creativity: Team Utilization
Team Creativity: Team Utilization

Conversation Dominators It’s 1:00 on a Thursday afternoon and the leadership team has been beaten up all week. It was warm outside and being after lunch, energy levels were low, and disengagement was high. The global engineering firm, Vantasner, was... READ MORE

Team Creativity: Problem Complexity
Team Creativity: Problem Complexity

Misconceptions of Modern Innovation An age-old myth of the inventor is one of a mad scientist. Working alone in a dungeon type laboratory, they would lock themselves away to think and experiment. Years would go by before they were seen... READ MORE