The Problem with Solved Problems that Aren’t Solved Phil was certain that his company had their innovation problems solved. After all, they had a dedicated innovation team, they had idea management software, and they had started a big internal PR effort to highlight successful innovations. What could possibly go wrong? Lots, actually. Over the past […]
Talent hits a target no one else can hit; genius hits a target no one else can see.
We’ve reached a point where startups can base their business model on the rapid testing of multiple prototypes. Scott Adams of Dilbert fame argues that this basically makes starting up a big psychology experiment. If we are in established firms, we need to build some skills to compete in this environment.
I’m excited to give a talk in Melbourne for The Australia and New Zealand School of Government on public sector innovation.
|Date:||August 26, 2014|
|Event:||Is Public Sector Innovation an Oxymoron?|
|Topic:||Is Public Sector Innovation an Oxymoron?|
|Sponsor:||The Australia and New Zealand School of Government|
|Registration:||Click here to register.|
|More Info:||Click here for more information.|
Here is the video from my talk at the 2014 TEDxUQ.
These are the slides from my talk at TEDxUQ from March, 2014. You can see the full video of the talk here.