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Some projects suffer from a lack of awareness. If only more people knew about what you were offering, you’d be fine.

But most projects don’t have that problem, not really.

The problem is that the people who are already aware of it don’t take action.

They don’t sign up.

They don’t engage.

They don’t spread the word.

More focus on action and less on awareness usually pays dividends. It’s more difficult of course, because you need to focus on what you make, how you make it and the change you seek to create.

3rd Jul 2019 | 03:00pm

It seems that every few months, someone announces that email is dead, has been dead for quite some time, or will die soon. The latest such prediction came from Slack cofounder and CEO Stewart Butterfield (who is an investor in my company, Front). Butte…

3rd Jul 2019 | 01:00pm

Visual live-drawn by  Holger Nils Pohl

Visual live-drawn by Holger Nils Pohl

As the pace of change in our world has increased, competitive advantages have become temporary. Companies now need to be able to support and nurture innovation – not as one-off projects, but as a repeatable process. Innovation proficiency is no longer optional.

The questions for leaders and intrapreneurs are:

  • How ready is your company to nurture and support innovation?

  • Do you have the right leadership support, organizational design and innovation practice?

In this session, Tendayi Viki, Associate Partner at Strategyzer, Thinkers50 2018 Radar Thinker and the author of The Corporate Startup, joins Alexander Osterwalder in an insightful discussion around how companies can assess their levels of innovation readiness using some of our latest insights from the field.

Enjoy the replay!

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3rd Jul 2019 | 01:00pm

On a typical day, men spend a third as much time cleaning as women.
Does that make women beacons of cleanliness, while men are genetically unable to see the messiness in their midst?
This myth is a common explanation for why men don’t do as much…

3rd Jul 2019 | 12:00pm

Episode 11 of the weekly podcast from the Financial Post

3rd Jul 2019 | 12:00pm

Though it may be “just a number,” age can shift the dynamics of any team. If you’re young and in a management position, it’s normal to worry about being seen as an authority figure by those who report to you. It’s imp…

3rd Jul 2019 | 11:00am

Editor’s Note: Each week, Fast Company presents an advice column by Maynard Webb, former CEO of LiveOps and the former COO of eBay. Webb offers candid, practical, and sometimes surprising advice to entrepreneurs and founders. To submit a questio…

3rd Jul 2019 | 10:00am

Just about every industry is being reshaped by AI. That means there’s a good chance the company you work at is or soon will be building AI as part of its products, services, or internal tools. With so many companies around the world looking for …

3rd Jul 2019 | 09:30am

For those of you who aren’t big Star Wars fans, back when the first movie came out in the summer of 1977, it was surprising to find out that people didn’t pay for goods with cash. Instead, they had “Republic credits,” which …

3rd Jul 2019 | 09:00am

About five years ago, I wrote a book called Magic Words. “A whole book?” some wondered. “Why can’t you just give me a list?”

Because the words aren’t where the REAL magic lies.

3rd Jul 2019 | 12:34am