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Innovation. Everyone talks about it. Perspectives on how to do it and measure outcomes are tricky.

Most of us work in teams. To innovate together, we need to think differently. With difference, comes misunderstanding and we need to change the nature of our conversations. We also need the tools that help create structure and capture results. Here's how we tame the innovation hairball.*

 

*A hairball is an entangled pattern of behavior. It's bureaucracy, which doesn't allow much space for original thinking and creativity. It's the corporate tendency to rely on past policies, decisions, and processes as a formula for future success. Inspired from the late Gordon Mackenzie's "Orbiting the Giant Hairball: A Corporate Fool's Guide to Surviving with Grace".

 

 

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Brady Wilson

Brady Wilson

Co-Founder of Juice Inc, Thought Leader & Author

Alex Somos

Alex Somos

Co-Founder of Juice Inc.

Jean-Francois (JF) Hivon

Jean-Francois (JF) Hivon

Vice President, Business Development

Michael Torrie

Michael Torrie

Business Development, Juice USA

Juice Inc.

Juice Inc.

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Rick Boersma

Rick Boersma

Co-Founder Floworks Training, Design & Innovation