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Introducing The Ideation Cycle – A Fun Framework for Marketing and Building Movement Around New Ideas

Introducing The Ideation Cycle – A Fun Framework for Marketing and Building Movement Around New Ideas

Everyone has ideas. What separates ideation from impact is action, community-building, and creating value. Ideas represent possibilities for alternate futures. Ideation stirs hope and forms pathways to change. But, the idea is just one part of transformation and innovation. It takes a village as they say. And the village must not only believe in the idea, but also believe in mission, the purpose, and the value they’ll experience as a result. In an era of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine…

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…

The Digital Transformation People Features Link to Brian Solis’ “A Prelude To Innovation”

The Digital Transformation People Features Link to Brian Solis’ “A Prelude To Innovation”

Solis is listed as a key contributor on The Digital Transformation People’s News In Digital under the heading of Strategy & Innovation. The pull quote from his linked article “A Prelude To Innovation” is “If innovation is the key to future-proofing and more effectively competing for the future, why is it that many organizations get caught up in a pattern of incrementalism?” The article itself appears on the Singular University Website. It’s subhead is: Ideas are Denied by the Dozen:…

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