Facilitating Innovation

Innovation Conclusions
December 18,2019 Facilitating Innovation
Innovation Conclusions

Need For Innovation Company lifespans are shrinking at a drastic pace. Gains in education, accessibility, and technology have all fueled this revolution in the marketplace. A great product will only survive for a short period. Therefore, innovation conclusions point to... READ MORE

Mutual Respect
December 13,2019 Facilitating Innovation
Mutual Respect

Explained Mentioned earlier in this book is the unique organizational model that Zappos applies, holocracy. As a result of maintaining no formal positional titles, the organization runs on mutual respect. Due to applying full transparency in business reporting each employee... READ MORE

Judgment Free
December 06,2019 Facilitating Innovation
Judgment Free

Brainstorming Marketing executive, Alex Osborn, popularized the term Brainstorming in his 1953 book “Applied Imagination.” He intended to codify the conditions around enhancing group creativity. After numerous idea pitch sessions, he recognized what happened during great sessions and what occurred... READ MORE

Team Transparency
December 02,2019 Facilitating Innovation
Team Transparency

Bridgewater Ray Dalio, one of the 100 wealthiest people in the world, runs the investment firm Bridgewater Associates. He feels that radical candor and transparency to their clients and investors directly links to the success of Bridgewater. Dalio applies the... READ MORE

Supported Outcomes
November 25,2019 Facilitating Innovation
Supported Outcomes

Toyota Way Toyota built one of the most effective management processes for the 21st century in the Toyota Production System. By empowering the workforce to systematically resolve issues and make improvements they generated a cycle of continuous improvement. The model... READ MORE

Balanced Participation
November 19,2019 Facilitating Innovation
Balanced Participation

Hence, Conversation Hogs Every facilitator has experienced the conversation emperor. The one individual that is first and last to speak. The participant that overtakes a meeting with their opinions. Early in my career, I experienced my first conversation hog. A... READ MORE