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Singularity University Invites Brian Solis to Share His Thoughts on Why We Need to Celebrate Ideas, Ideation and Innovation

Singularity University Invites Brian Solis to Share His Thoughts on Why We Need to Celebrate Ideas, Ideation and Innovation

In an article by Solis on the Singularity University site called “Ideas are Denied by the Dozen: Why We Need To Celebrate Ideas, Ideation and Innovation to Succeed,” he discusses the unfortunate mindset of incrementalism that gets in the way of truly moving forward towards using new business models. He starts with a scenario that begins, “I tried to be innovative, but I got stuck in meetings all day. I tried to think creatively, but I had to catch up…

Question of the Week: How Should Organizations Respond to Social Technologies?

This week, I’m participating in “The Question of the Week” series hosted by Nokia’s IdeasProject. Each week, Nokia partners with industry thinkers to spark productive conversations and generate promising ideas. On June 6th, this Sunday, Nokia and I will select the best response and as a way of saying thank you, Nokia will send a new phone to the winner. This conversation is important and one that faces almost every business today. And as a result, the answers that I…

Ideas Connect Us More than Relationships

Earlier in the year, I was invited to share my thoughts and observations on the state of and vision for socialized media and the networks that connect us. Shot in a mobile studio outside of the Austin Convention Center during SXSW09, I joined Gary Bolles to discuss the theory that ideas are the “ties that bind” us in social networking – over relationships. In the era of Web 1.0 and instant messaging, we assumed, in many cases, alter-egos rather than…

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