Monthly Archives: August 2015

Stimulate Grand Challenge innovation by clear problem framing

People love a grand challenge.  Nothing gets our creative juices flowing more than a tough well-framed problem. Grand challenges work because they: Excite the imagination, stimulate innovative, out-of-the-box thinking. Attract many contributors. Attract diverse contributors, both domain experts and outsiders … Continue reading

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Be pivot-ready – Exploit the delay between decisions and outcomes

One of the realities of decision-making is that there is an inevitable implementation delay between the time when a decision is made and when the alternative that has been selected begins to create value.  In a recent post on this … Continue reading

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