It's time to reinvent management. You can help.
Leapfrog ideas happen in a state of extreme euphoria or utter distress.  The first situation is explored by comparing innovation with sex.  Valuable lessons can be learned.
Hack by Ben Keet on December 18, 2012
In order to MOVE innovation in organizations we need to encourage the process of hate, love and utopia.
Hack by Caine Thompson on December 18, 2012
We recently ran an on-line brainstorming session we call “Quick MIX” focused on a topic related to the current Innovating Innovation M-Prize challenge . The question for the Quick MIX was: what is the one thing you’d change to make organizations more innovation-friendly? Last week we ran the first installment with eight provocative recommendations distilled from Quick MIX contributions. Read the second installment here for eight additional ideas.
Blog by Michele Zanini on December 17, 2012
Empowering enterprise wide innovation through a unique, no-cost, non-intrusive software technology solution.
Hack by Matthew Heffron on December 17, 2012
Co-Authored By JD Wilson Jr
You thought you did everything right—gathered market research and consumer insights; brainstormed, prototyped, and tested a promising new idea; developed detailed financial models and a solid marketing plan. Yet your company’s new product or service didn’t perform as expected. What did you overlook?
Blog by Marla M. Capozzi on December 14, 2012
 Engaging with customers begins as soon a a new product is discussed and sometimes years before a customer will use it.
Story by Richard Ferrers on December 11, 2012
Let's talk less about profit and more about value. Customer value. Let's talk about how we (as innovators) help customers create value.
Hack by Richard Ferrers on December 9, 2012
Few companies organize to cross multiple lanes including Highly Occupîed Vehicle ones to re-invent themselves.Note : if you have  feeling of "Deja Vu", like popular social posts mu
Story by Frederic J.Leconte on December 8, 2012
Co-Authored By Audrey D.
This Hack attempts to build on two existing ideas to encourage continuous innovation within a large organisation.
Hack by Ellen Ford on December 1, 2012

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