Posts tagged innovators

How to Avoid Co-Founder Conflict Most startups fail. That’s not surprising. What is surprising is that so many of them fail not because of competition or failure to build product — they fail because of co-founder conflict.Click here for the critical co-founder questions you should be asking.
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How to Avoid Co-Founder Conflict

Most startups fail. That’s not surprising. What is surprising is that so many of them fail not because of competition or failure to build product — they fail because of co-founder conflict.

Click here for the critical co-founder questions you should be asking.

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Why Innovators Love Constraints 1. Fewer resources produce proximity; proximity drives innovation. 2. Constraints lead to faster feedback.3. Constraints can be an indispensable tool of creation.
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Why Innovators Love Constraints

1. Fewer resources produce proximity; proximity drives innovation.
2. Constraints lead to faster feedback.
3. Constraints can be an indispensable tool of creation.

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Spark Innovation with These 3 Words
        
        Say it with me: How might we?This is the phrase that today’s most successful companies use when they 
want to tackle challenges creatively. How might we improve X … or 
completely re-imagine Y… or find a new way to accomplish Z? This 
approach to innovation ensures that you’re asking the right questions, 
and steering clear of more limiting inquiries like “How can we?” or “How
 should we?” which imply judgment. Read more
        (via Spark Innovation with These 3 Words - Management Tip of the Day - December 25, 2012 - Harvard Business Review)
Spark Innovation with These 3 Words

Say it with me: How might we?

This is the phrase that today’s most successful companies use when they want to tackle challenges creatively. How might we improve X … or completely re-imagine Y… or find a new way to accomplish Z? This approach to innovation ensures that you’re asking the right questions, and steering clear of more limiting inquiries like “How can we?” or “How should we?” which imply judgment. Read more

(via Spark Innovation with These 3 Words - Management Tip of the Day - December 25, 2012 - Harvard Business Review)

Forbes: 30 Under 30This year’s 30 under 30 represent the entrepreneurial, creative and intellectual best of their generation - all engaging, surprising and incredibly hardworking.
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Forbes: 30 Under 30

This year’s 30 under 30 represent the entrepreneurial, creative and intellectual best of their generation - all engaging, surprising and incredibly hardworking.

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poptech:

Where Is the Next Generation of Innovators?

Everyone from business leaders to President Obama is calling for more young leaders in the areas of science, math, engineering, and technology. But many young people say they aren’t even considering careers in these fields. Why not? A recent survey asked them to explain their hesitance.
Check out the graphic on GOOD→ 

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poptech:

Where Is the Next Generation of Innovators?

Everyone from business leaders to President Obama is calling for more young leaders in the areas of science, math, engineering, and technology. But many young people say they aren’t even considering careers in these fields. Why not? A recent survey asked them to explain their hesitance.

Check out the graphic on GOOD→ 

(via good)