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Making it Easy: Innovation in Complex Organizations

Socrates called himself the “midwife of ideas.” Since he himself knew nothing, his work was to help bring out the truths locked up in others. Fine for philosophy, but what about business? Does this attitude work to bring out good ideas and drive innovation in an organization? I spoke with Edwin Goutier, Vice President of …

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School’s Out Forever. What Educators Have to Teach Us About the COVID Crisis.

We have all had to pivot in unexpected directions during the COVID crisis. Perhaps no one more than educators. Our education system has been built on a face-to-face paradigm that was instantly no longer possible. Schools across the country had to find a new way overnight. What lessons can we learn from the speed and …

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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Virus? How to be Intentional When You Are Scared. An Interview with Public Innovator Rich Harwood (Part 2)

Intentional choices can be hard in the best of times. What’s necessary as opposed to nice? How do we choose between things that are all necessary when we can’t have them all? How can we be confident about decisions? How can we explain our decisions to other people? These things are infinitely more difficult in …

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