How do Companies Benefit from their Chief Innovation Officer

When you talk to most executives about the CIO, they immediately assume you are talking about the Chief Information Officer. Therefore, in this article and going forward, we will use the less common, but better acronym of CInO. The CInO as you can ascertain from above is a relatively new position with many organizations just […]

Does Your Company Need a Chief Innovation Officer

Leadership is not about being in charge. Leadership is about looking after those in our charge. Simon Sinek Does a ship need a captain? Does a sports team need a coach? Does an army need a general? One could argue that a ship can function without a captain because the crew does all the “hard […]

Can Innovation Be Learned?

I have the great fortune of living in Santa Fe, New Mexico (a southern city in the USA, not Mexico) that in 2005 was named the first city in the United States as a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)-designated city of craft and folk art ( The group of UNESCO Creative Cities […]

For the Love of Generalists

pol·y·math /ˈpälēˌmaTH/ noun 1. a person of wide-ranging nowledge or learning. a Renaissance polymath Many people know a polymath or two, and it is likely that you know one, or if you are an innovator, you may be one. A polymath is often referred to as a Renaissance person and is known for being an […]

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