While you don’t want to follow your competitors (you have our own course), make sure you know exactly where they are, where they are going, if they are getting too close, and identify any gaps you can sail right through. Here are 14 things you can learn from your competitor…
Only 10% of those who make a resolution stick to it. Those that do stick to their resolutions don’t just say it out loud and hope for the best, they build it into their routine, they seek out professional health advice, personal training or go to a career consultant. The same goes for business.
An innovation strategy can be the difference between an organisation that peaks then flounders and an iconic organisation with sustained growth and longevity. To demonstrate, here’s a story of two candle-making companies, one with an innovation strategy and one without.
Never before have end-users been so empowered. No longer passive observers, end-users are active participants who educate themselves about your products and services long before they engage with your organisation.
Your purpose is the rudder that keeps your organisation on course. It's your strategic starting point that helps you filter what you shouldn't do and focus on what you should. With a clear purpose you can transcend technologies and prevent disruption, change markets and gain a competitive advantage.
If you work in or own a business, then Amazon will change the life of the people (customers, colleagues, stakeholders) around you. This is because Amazon does a few things very, very well and sooner or later, these people will expect the same from you.
Here are three examples of how the 'Amazon Effect' will have side-effects for every Australian.
If the skyrocketing success of Uber, Xero, Airbnb or Deliveroo has taught us anything, it’s that user-centric principles can be applied to the service industry as well as product creation. Here are 3 examples of successful user-centric innovation that transformed their organisations.
Strategy in innovation can be done in two ways: You can play not to lose. And you can play to win. Which way are you playing?
We all have the same amount of time as Einstein, the same as Zuckerberg, the same as Elon Musk, the same as our favourite musicians and as our favourite author. Everyone has just 24 hours a day. In this blog we share some tips to make you more like Musk and less like the White Rabbit.