Category: Managing Innovation

Innovation Article: “The Myth of the Intrapreneur”

Does your organization or workgroup rely on “intrapreneurs”—the lone maverick in your company who comes up with that great idea while swimming against the coroprate tide—to innovate? An article recently published on the Harvard Business Review,  makes a compelling case

Developing a Culture of Innovation

Equoranda has always known that creating a culture for innovation is an extremely important process for company growth. What is even more important and exciting to us is when we have the pleasure of watching our customers realize the importance

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To Innovate or Not to Innovate? That is the Question

Technological innovations are exciting, and happening quickly. For example, Google Glass was an exciting innovation during 2013. And now, in 2014, Samsung has announced that they are in the process of creating Galaxy Glass. These friendly competitions are fun to

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Managing Innovation and the California Poppy

Congratulations. Your organization has produced a game-changing innovative product. Customers are buying it in droves; you can hardly keep up with demand – but there are wolves at the door. Competitors might be bigger than you, have more resources, or

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Reflections from ASTD 2013

We at Barnes and Conti had a wonderful time at the ASTD 2013 International Conference and Expo. Read below to see what each of us found especially exciting. Here are some ideas that you can take with you for the

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