Monthly Archives: May 2012

Raising The Bar, Constraints and Creativity

http://www.blockhaus-tschechien.at/minay/4494 source schnelle bekanntschaften here site rencontre jeune 20 ans meilleur site de rencontre jeune 2015 flirt homme femme la adictiva hombre solo 48th rencontres de moriond rencontre homme 07 The late Eli Goldratt, founder of the Theory of Constraints, proposed that in order to find innovate ideas to improve a situation, you should raise the targets or objectives significantly.  As an example, if you were the manager of a … Continue reading

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Not Metrosexual, Datasexual?

When you think about the current  interconnectedness of the world, and after seeing the overwhelming infographic about social media, Dominic from BigThink describes a new emerging type of individual, also known as the Datasexual: Taken from the article: “….he same … Continue reading

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The Overwhelming World of Social Media

For all of you that think that you are not connected enough, or that don’t have that latest app on your smartphone, let me give you some bad news:  it will never be enough. Recently shared on LinkedIn, check out … Continue reading

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The Laws of Subtraction Videos

Matt May, former advisor of Toyota and creative thinking expert, is currently writing his fourth book, The Laws of Subtraction, covering subjects related to Creativity, Innovation and Design Strategy. Matt recently spoke in a venue in California, and shared his … Continue reading

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The Effect Of Abstract And Specific On Change

Part of being an effective manager is having the capability to motivate and persuade the people you lead in a desired direction.  For someone to change, both the why change and the how to change are necessary.   Many other elements … Continue reading

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The Legal Rebel Videos – PointOneLaw Venue

For all of us who like Matt Hoffman’s, also known as The Legal Rebel, the PointOneLaw videos have been published for everyone to view. PointOneLaw is an interesting venue created by Matt, where lawyers from different origins and backgrounds present new ideas … Continue reading

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Stand Up Gamblers

Last week I blogged about how to run meetings more effectively, including the famous “stand up meeting”, where people have to stand up during the whole meetings because chairs have been removed.  The lack of chairs causes attendees to quickly … Continue reading

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How Much Time Do You Waste At Work?

My colleague Jack Vinson recently shared an infographic about how people waste time in their workplace. Although waste needs to be defined more precisely to get the infographic into context, there are several assumptions being made that are not necessarily correct: … Continue reading

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Do You Give a Damn?

Bassam Tarasi, from Colipera, says it best:  Give a Damn. Standard, averages, status quo is now way to delight others and to have a meaningful life. Find out what you want to be the most of, work relentlessly, don’t expect … Continue reading

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The Power of X

Have you seen the Power of X? Amazing what people can do, when they include scarcity in their daily life equation.

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