Want to change an industry? Make a list of all the legacy assumptions and ask your team to brainstorm ideas while eliminating one assumption at a time.
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The most successful people have learned that taking care of themselves first and foremost gives them the oxygen they need to think, to dream, to connect and to inspire.
If you’ve been in business for more than a few years, you have undoubtedly experienced a dysfunctional work marriage. Described here are four classic situations—along with what you can do about them.
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In this webinar replay, Mike Maddock talks about the topic of speed and innovation.
The best way to innovate: Three proven strategies that will work for big companies.
We’ve all heard some version of Aesop’s fable of the hare and the tortoise. It was written to pass on this simple message: Pragmatic plodding wins the race. Unfortunately, this lesson seems to be lost in most large companies trying to innovate today. The “need for speed” seems to be trumping common sense.
In his interview with Shalom Klein, Mike Maddock talks about innovation and his purpose to inspire and empower curiosity. Mike begins by telling us about his journey as a business owner and an entrepreneur.
If you spend enough time around entrepreneurs, you’ll notice they are more offended by some common words than most business people.