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Four strategies to drive innovation as an integral part of your company — and why it’s necessary
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One of the most important pieces of creativity and innovation research from the past couple of decades can be found in the book The Progress Principle: Using small wins to ignite joy, engagement and creativity at work. In it, authors Professor Teresa […]
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I want you to do a couple of short mental tests with me. It will only take a minute and you will be fascinated by the results. You will be fascinated by what this teaches you about innovation and creativity. Let me […]
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If you have 'An idea to change history' you can earn up to 250 thousand pesos in this initiative of History Channel
If you have a project to improve the world through technology and innovation, History Channel can reward your creativity. See how to sign up for the ‘An idea to change history’ initiative.
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