Innovation

09Apr 2015

I’ve been working with 16 executives on behalf of InfoComm, the industry association that represents the professional audio visual and information communications industries, taking them through a nine-month program to develop innovation in their businesses. This program encompasses four face-to-face sessions and five web meetings. As I write this I’m in New York City preparing […]

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28Oct 2014

Few will argue with the notion that many traditional roles are evolving at an accelerated rate! Individual contributors, teams and offices are increasingly being asked to serve as business strategist, change management specialist, human capital coaches and mentors, cross-function and cross-boarder experts, and disruptive technology innovators. Often without the knowledge, skills, or the appropriate resources! […]

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27Aug 2014

Reply to Sport Rider magazine editorial ““Super Sport Motorcycle Sales Still Flat” by Ken Kunitsugu, in the Wheelspin section of August 2014 issue. In the August issue of Sport Rider magazine, editor Ken Kunitsugu’s laments the market dynamics that have pulled the rug out from under the party. He itemizes the major body blows inflicted […]

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15Oct 2013

I don’t know a business that doesn’t need new business. Without a stream of fresh customers and the innovations they demand, companies and whole industries tend to become stale. Not only that, they become complacent and so protective of their ways of doing business that they become vulnerable to new competitors that dramatically shift the […]

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