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  • Who Should Be Trained In What?

    In times of exponential change, what keeps us employable and our knowledge and skills base relevant and up-to-date? Continuous learning. Of course, life-long learning is first and foremost and individual responsibility.

  • Innovator Grant Wood's Insights on TIPS

    Had a fantastic conference call with fellow-innovation leader Grant Wood (CEO of the innovation company KNotion Labs, Minneapolis, USA). With a history as successful serial innovator, Grant created "Reality Based Innovation" as a proprietary method to guide Fortune 500 companies towards tangible, "reality-based" innovation results. Grant believes that "Real innovation cannot happen outside the CEO's office", which is why he insists that the CEO is (at least Indi...

  • 11 Innovator Profiles: What Innovator Type Are You?

    Welcome to all of you in the New Year 2019! How can you skyrocket your career and improve the odds of success of your company in 2019? By innovating.

  • Mastering Digital Transformation- Part 2

    Two weeks ago, we discussed how a range of newly emerging, interconnected digital technologies (such as artificial intelligence, big data and the Internet of Things, among others) are predicted to profoundly change business and society. We explored how new technologies pass through different phases of the hype cycle before eventually producing meaningful, marketable applications. In Part 2 of this three episode article, let’s next discuss what challenges digital transformation places on both est...

  • How to Improve Teamwork With TIPS

    In less than three months, the FIFA World Cup in Russia will kick off. Chances are that after the final, not the national squad with the most glamorous star, but the one with the best team will lift World Cup. What’s true in football is true in business, too: great teamwork matters.

  • How to Deal Better with Conflicts at Work

    Picture all the people at work with whom you regularly come into contact. If you’re like most people, your colleagues fall into one of four categories: Cool, okay, at times irritating, or really annoying. Now, what if you had a tool to better understand the dynamics behind conflicts at work, learn ways to handle them, and discover why the people who trouble you most should be your best friends?Background: How TIPS links to conflict at workTIPS is a new cognitive profiling tool that I&rsquo...