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Time was, back when the railroads were built, that the military was basically the only management structure that was large, distributed and relatively effective. So the railroads and other rapidly expanding businesses adopted the military's top down, command and control management philosophies.


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The New Year brings about resolutions to redefine the status quo. It's usually an individual endeavor focused on fitness, relationships, or finances. But great things can happen when we apply the catalytic energy of the New Year to our teams and organizations. 2013 represents the ideal time to leapfrog our mental models and innovate our way to business breakthroughs.


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

Looking for new products or services, check and imagine if one of the 37 ways is possible for your challenge.


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Video of the Week

Where do great ideas come from? Everywhere, actually. In this fascinating panel, innovators Alison Weber, Paul Kahan, Jeff Semenchuk, & Robin Willner share their unique stories of invention and execution.

You've got a great idea. I know you do. But I also know it's just sitting there. In your head. Like a lump. Why? Because you haven't pitched it to anyone.

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