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 […]
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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.|