In order for a company to succeed in today’s world, they must constantly thrive to be innovative by making things faster, better, and cheaper than their competition. 401 more words
Tags » Culture Of Innovation
My previous post, “The “culture of innovation:” misnomer, oxymoron, myth or chimera?”, has caused a lively discussion in a number of LinkedIn groups. Approximately half of the commenters were sympathetic to my claim that the very term “culture of innovation” is more a distraction than an enabler in attempts to promote corporate innovation. 903 more words
Saw the movie “Baby Driver” last night.
Great action packed, fun, movie!
There’s one lesson the recurs in the movie:
If you want to avoid getting caught, be willing to drive on surfaces other than the main road. 244 more words
The world has become increasingly competitive. Thirty years ago, competition existed mostly from a local/regional standpoint however today, companies produce a product or create a new invention, try to patent it and provide better service, but within a few months someone else in another part of the world has produced something very similar, if not better. 340 more words