Innovation Excellence Weekly



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We closed out the old year by naming the Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2012 and the Top 100 Innovation Articles of 2012. As the new year begins we are looking to do some BIG new things with the site to better serve both our authors and our readers, and would love to hear your thoughts if you care to share them.

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Top 100 Innovation Articles of 2012
by Innovation Excellence

We launched Innovation Excellence on August 1, 2011 and so 2012 was our first full year of operations. To celebrate we've pulled together the Top 100 Innovation Articles of 2012. Did your favorite make the cut? But enough delay, here are the 100 most popular innovation posts of 2012 (each receiving 5,600 - 34,400 page views): 


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Recently I have outlined the existing gaps at the leadership level on innovation engagement and that innovations continues to lack being integrated into an organizations strategy. Time and time again there are new reports, surveys and different comments made on this serious disconnect still going on that needs clear resolution. Yet it still continues, why?


The concept of teaching creativity has been around for quite some time. Academics such as E. Paul Torrance, dedicated an entire lifetime to the advancement of creativity in education.

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Presentation of the Week

This presentation explores the new ways we are working and the implications for business and for workers. Each theme has 4 trends and each trend is supported by 4 examples, supporting statistics and implications defined by PSFK Labs team. 


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Great leaders make it safe for others to innovate. What stops innovation? Fear. Fear of the unknown. Fear of public shame. 

Fear of failing. Fear of getting started. All these fears, in one way or another, get in our way. How do we make it safe for others to innovate? You let them try stuff and see what happens.

Video of the Week

Every year IBM makes predictions about 5 technology innovations that stand to change the way we live within the next 5 years. The goal of cognitive computing is to get a computer to behave, think and interact the way humans do. In 5 years, machines will emulate human senses, each in their own special way.

Most people think brainstorming sessions are all about ideas - much in the same way Wall Street bankers think life is all about money.

While ideas are certainly a big part of brainstorming, they are only a part.

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