3 Ways to Spread an ‘Intrapreneurial’ Spirit Throughout Your Company

Employees Hands Raised Excitement

by Mike Kalis

“Creativity is the true equity value of corporate America. When you keep employees tied to an hourly wage and tell them to keep doing the same tasks over and over, you rob your company of its competitive advantage.”

3 Ways You Can Provide A Feedback Loop Employees Will Value

by David Sturt and Todd Nordstrom

“A “feedback loop” is an interesting way to think about where we get advice, and where we receive criticism. In fact, consider the people you seek advice from. Are they typically people who agree with you, or are they people who typically disagree with you and challenge your ideas? Your answer to that question probably isn’t a surprise. It’s a natural tendency to seek advice from people who we believe will give us positive feedback.”

Before You Set New Goals, Think About What You’re Going to Stop Doing

by Elizabeth Grace Saunders

“Pausing to consider what needs to be removed from your schedule takes time. But it makes all the difference between being busy and being effective. ”

Innovation Isn’t About What You Know, But What You Don’t

by Greg Satell

“Unfortunately, an idea can never be validated backwards, only forwards, so we have no real way of knowing what’s viable until we actually give it a shot. That’s why the ones that succeed learn how to test new ideas, see what happens and learn until they find something that really works. Innovation is never about what you know, but what you don’t.”

The Co-Creation Imperative: How To Make Organizational Change Collaborative

by Carsten Tams

“Most employees have valuable insights into how the organization can be improved. And they are ready to champion these ideas. “