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One of the biggest challenges in healthcare is that we are still using practices that are stuck in the 1900s. Ayelet Baron, Futurist and Chief Instigator at Simplifying Work is our guest today and we are going to take a deep dive into the concept of abundance and its impact on healthcare. Think back to the 19th century, where we did not have enough, and lived in a world of scarcity driven by economic depression and war; we had to take from others and had a deficiency mindset. In the 20th century we reshaped management practices based on scarcity where we needed to compete to survive, and now the 21st century, with a mindset of abundance, we discover unique opportunities to create new markets, products and services.
Healthcare is part of the mix because it is scrambling to meet new expectations from the informed consumer. Organizations that make a commitment to thinking from a perspective of abundance will optimize strategies by collaborating across industry walls and including the voice of the healthcare consumer to continuously generate and manage insights. Ayelet will share where the concept of abundance is in play and making an impact. Please join us as we put Ayelet in the innovation hot seat
Kosher Foodies to Follow - Kosher Cooks, Bakers, Recipes and Resources
As you may know, I am very active on Twitter and other social media sites. I have met and interviewed some wonderful people that share their favorite recipes and family traditions.
In this episode, I share the people and businesses that I follow that focus on Kosher foods, recipes and traditions. Please follow me on Twitter @TheRecipeBox and let me know your Kosher Foodie favorites!
How does a printer rise from dusty board games & playing cards to become the international reigning guru of this new generation's new generation of international participatory games? Part 1 of The Art of the CEO's Innovation Series features the amazing lady who had done just that. Ms. Shari Spiro, CEO of Ad Magic, comes on board as Host Bart Jackson's featured guest to reveal exactly how she has reinvented her custom printing company to become the go-to resource for gamers across the globe. Yes, board games, puzzles and playing cards are still very much part of the thinking class' recreational scene. But no, these are not your grandmothers' whist, bridge & Monopoly. Today's games have stormed the internet. They are iconoclastic, edgy, novel, and involve players in the hundreds of thousands. Tune in and learn the masterful way to seize and profit from a burgeoning market.
In today's frenetic, uncertain world, the same old, same old is routines are perfect ways to go nowhere fast. What has worked for you before professionally no longer get results. Whether you've been downsized, fired, disappointed, reached the end of a long relationship, or found yourself questioning where you are in life. It is clear you need to change.
Rethink Innovation - Believe in yourself
Rethink your approach - Discover yourself
Rethink your methods - Build yourself
Let go of Yourself
Invest in Yourself
Rethink the Journey - Be yourself
Rethink the Journey and take action.
Zurriane is the host of the show speaker, author and teacher.
Cincinnati Business Talk features the positive side of business and innovation in southwest Ohio. Today's guests are Shawn Nason, Chief Innovation Officer at the new Xavier University Center for Innovation. In addition Dr. Scott A. Chadwick, Provost and Chief Academic Officer at Xavier University and Annette Marksberry, Associate Provost and CIO, Information Technologies at Xavier University will be on the show.
The show streamed live on Friday April 17th at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/7514533
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Welcome to the Refractive Thinker® Radio Show hosted by the award winning and international bestselling author Dr. Cheryl Lentz, The Academic Entrepreneur.
Meet the scholars of the award winning doctoral anthology series: The Refractive Thinker®, where we focus on getting doctoral research off the coffee table and into the hands of business owners who can benefit from the results. Academic Research Solutions for Business Results.
Join us each week for 30 minutes of thought provoking radio, every Tuesday Morning at 9 am MST, designed to discuss emerging topics in higher education and business. We will meet today’s industry thought leaders and college professors leading the way.
Our toppic for this week focuses on Innovation and Creativity. How does one create this culture?
For additional information regarding the 13x award winning series, The Refractive Thinker®, to learn about doctoral scholars in our community, as well as to purchase books in the series, visit www.RefractiveThinker.com; Books may be purchased in paperback and eBooks, as well as eChapters available on Kindle via Amazon.com
A CLASS FULL OF GENIUSES
For many districts, having students do tech support as part of their classwork has helped create a culture of trust and innovation?.
We welcome Andrew Marcinek, Chief Tech Officer at Grafton, MA schools and congratulate him on being a Smartblogs Editor's Choice Winner..from a post at T.H.E.Journal
Presented by SMARTBRIEF
? @andycinek www.andrewmarcinek.com
Collective Genius: The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation by Linda Hill
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Linda Hill. The original live interview was 4/10/15.
At the heart of innovation is a paradox: you have to unleash the talents and passions of many people, yet you have to harness them into a work that is actually useful. Management professor Linda Hill offers three keys to overcoming this paradox and building a truly innovative organization. If you want a more innovative organization, you may need to change the way you lead.
Great leaders of innovation don’t fit the conventional mold of “good” leadership. They’re not visionaries who set direction and inspire others to follow. Instead, they create the context in which others are both willing and able to innovate. As one leader said, “My job is to set the stage, not to perform on it.”
This is the key insight gleaned by the authors of Collective Genius who, led by Harvard leadership scholar Linda Hill, spent a decade studying leaders of innovative firms in the US, Europe, India, and Asia, including such companies as Pixar, Google, Volkswagen, HCL Technologies, IBM, and the Sungjoo Group.
The website is http://collectivegeniusbook.com/
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On a special edition of 'This Week in Health Innovation' at 1PM Pacific/4PM Eastern March 25th 2015, join @efuturist Douglas Goldstein and me Gregg Masters @2healthguru for an impromptu and raw wrap-up with key takeaways from the 15th Annual Population Health Colloquium organized by David Nash, MD, MBA the founding and current Dean of the the Jefferson School of Population Health on the campus of the Thomas Jefferson University.
This was an amazing conference in the 'City of Brotherly Love' aka Philadelphia. We conducted no fewer than 15 interviews with keynote speakers to session moderators and toured the landscape from the implications of global risk contracting to incremental progress from the fee for service to fee for volume paradigm shift.
Join us for an informal recap of this no 'Johnnie come lately' to the Population Health conversation and discovery journey. In fact, some may say the event is perhaps the 'grand-daddy of them' all.
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you another episode of The Everyday Innovator.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in developing and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
Our Guest: Karla Phlypo is an avid dreamer, builder, artist, and scholar. She holds a Ph.D. combining research in social innovation, knowledge management, and decision science. Her background is in automotive product engineering. Although she has many interests, the common thread is contributing to a culture of sharing and innovation through collaboration.
Highlights from the discussion include:
Karla studied how people participate in innovation environments (open, crowdsourcing, and collaborative communities)
Key contributors needed in innovation environments are solution providers that tend to be quiet (may not offer ideas until asked to do so), non-political, and boundary-less with a systems view
Organizational innovation is improved by knowledge managers who aid the flow of knowledge in an organization and identification of best practices
“Hardy perennials” are not flowers, but problems that keep showing up in product efforts that need to be pruned
Idea management systems that collect suggestions for employees can destroy trust when they don’t understand how their ideas are used – they can be counter-productive when not managed properly
NAWB welcomed the Honorable Governor Jack Markell, of the State of Delaware, to the NAWB Forum stage on Monday, March 30, 2015. After the general session, Governor Markell joined NAWB CEO Ron Painter for a listening session on the innovative ways that Delaware is addressing industry needs, providing opportunities for youth, and helping workers with disabilities and other barriers find meaningful employment.
Kirkland, Quebec – There’s a difference between customer service and customer experience. When a customer’s experience exceeds their expectations, they become excited about doing business with you.
We can do things better or we can do things different, but better isn’t good enough anymore. Better keeps you in the game; different gets you ahead of the game. If you can create an innovative customer experience, you will attract more customers. The more customers you can engage, the more stories they will tell. They become your built-in marketing force.
Toni Newman is a five time award-winning business owner and the founder of The Innovation Advantage, where she specializes in helping businesses turn innovative customer experiences into a competitive advantage.
“I’ve spent the last 10 years creating a body of knowledge around innovation and customer experience. That’s where we believe the competitive advantage is today,” says Toni. “You can innovate products, processes, but your competition can copy you five minutes later. The competitive advantage is how you create innovative customer experiences that people will share, talk about and remember, so you can grow your business.”
What do the things we consider innovative have in common? According to Toni, an innovative customer experience is surprising, strategic, seductive, sustainable and simple. These 5’s represent the Innovation Advantage’s core philosophy; it’s not only their formula for success but the means by which you can evaluate if what you’re doing is innovative before you invest capital into it.
“One of the key things I talk about is being outrageously courageous. Dare to be different,” says Toni.
For more information on The Innovation Advantage, visit http://www.toninewman.com
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