Category: Risk-taking

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

Five Tools for Successful Risk-Taking

Intelligent and effective risk-taking can be successfully executed by following a set of tools. This five blog post series will feature one tool per post so that by the end, you have acquired a toolkit for risk-taking. The first tool in planning

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Don’t Let Disruptive Innovation Disrupt You

Contributed by Nelson Soken PhD We at Barnes & Conti have been going back and forth regarding the topic of incremental versus disruptive innovation. What spurred our conversation was a blog post that discussed the necessity for insurance companies to

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