Month: July 2010

What Stops Innovation

Ask any chief executive if he or she would like his or her organization to be more innovative and the answer is likely to be undeniably "yes." However many organizations stop here, many assuming that innovation are the exclusive preserve of small or high-tech companies and that they are simply too big or in the wrong industry to innovate. Resignation and inertia block further action. Research conducted by PriceWaterhouseCoopers suggest that any company in any sector can be more innovative Read more...


Looking for Great Ideas

A great idea has specific qualities that you know intuitively that they are when you see them. Here are three qualities in particular: Utility - great ideas serve a real purpose, they meet a need or create a value. Simplicity - great ideas are pure and clear, sophisticated yet elegantly simple. Vitality - great ideas have energy and liveliness all their own. Finding great ideas can often be a challenge. To find great ideas you need to: Be open and Read more...