There are some things you cannot copy, and then there are data-proven, validated experiences from front running pioneers, you absolutely can make your own and apply. Take a look at the 7 arenas:
Insights from interviews with Dropbox, NASA, Spotify, Pixar, LEGO, Google, Slack, Gusto etc.
Tech Execs - how can you stay relevant in the technological era, if you don´t have a leadership and executives with competencies in AI, robotics, VR, IoT and data? What should you think about hiring for?
Build Key Learning Indicators - because work is learning, a constant pursuit of creating value in new ways with new tools, is needed. How does KLIs look and work? Get the details.
Pursue 10x thinking, not 10% improvements - want to be innovative? Think bigger! How does 10x thinking look - and how do you facilitate it?
Lead with questions - builds the right mindset in the company, not to stiffen and be over confident - but to seek new solutions, while the core business is still growing. How can a strategy, a team goal or a workweek look - in questions?
Experiment with your ways of working - constantly experimenting with new ways of organizing and working is key. These are not reorganizations - but experiments - collective learnings, that will bring data and meaning and make your organization love change because they are improvements.
Build a rich culture with bold goals - talent and the next generations of employees wants work with meaning, creating change in positive ways. How do you set up your culture for big thinking - and deep connections?
The personal recommendations - "learn something significantly new every month" "spend one hour a day reflecting" "seek the edges of your community" "get up at 5 in the morning and practice creativity rituals" "meditate" "have rules for meetings" - these advices comes from exceptional innovators, make them and many more your own.
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