Tag Archives: Creativity

Innovation Redux — fitting the corporate world

I happened across an interesting article in the Harvard Business Review (stop me before I “innovate” again) this morning. The author’s premise seemed to be that everyone is so anxious to declare themselves as innovators that they lay claim to … Continue reading

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Success!

Success. What an interesting concept. A simple word that means something different to different people at different times. As an example, I just finished stacking a cord of wood. I was pretty happy when it was done. Went from an … Continue reading

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SCRUM and the Brain — Why Agile Development Works

I just finished reading a great book about how our cranial physiology impacts our behavior and ability to think and interact effectively. The book is called “Your Brain at Work” by David Rock. I enjoyed reading it and found a … Continue reading

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Innovation — Mad Science or Revolution (or just plain old hard work?)

Where do the greatest inventions come from? Out of the blue? As a means to the end? Borrowing from other related (and sometimes unrelated) technologies Creative genius making the mundane seem innovative (lipstick on a pig?) Absent innovations, much of … Continue reading

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