Yeah, yeah it’s a bit late. I know. We’ve been busy! And, apparently we’re not alone in that respect in the innovation space. That’s good, because not only does it mean the economy is trending in the right direction, it means I had plenty to choose from to compile this list. So, without further ado, here’s what we saw “innotweeted” the most in June 2011:
Topics: Jay Terwilliger, Relaxed Concentration, creative thinking, Innovation, Collaboration, 9 Critical Success Factors, breakthrough innovation, Essentials for Innovation, brainstorming, creative thinking skills, changing the game, connection making
We tend to innovate by going off on an island, with lots of Post-its and flip charts, and we end up stuck on Brainstorm Island. How do we escape from Brainstorm Island?
Here are Creative Realities' Top Retweets for May 2011*:
Clayton Christensen is an inspiring guy. Not only has he disrupted the business world throughout his career as one of the foremost innovation academics, he has also overcome a bout with cancer and a recent stroke. Introduced as "the Kobe Bryant of the innovation world," he kicked off the 2011 World Innovation Forum. He began by informing the audience of close to 1,000 that after his stroke one year ago, he had to relearn to speak one word at a time. He then went on to discuss some of the reasons good companies falter. He offered two particularly surprising explanations: