Innovation is like golf. You aim for the pin and then play the ball where it lands. Sometimes, you find you aimed for the wrong hole, and then you pivot.
Innovation happens through conversation, and conversation resides within the cracks of an organization. Fill the cracks!
If people are inspired and working toward a purpose, they will collaborate well, whether they're remote or in person. Corollary: Uninspired teams don't work well, period.
Although we cannot predict the future, we can change the future by what we do today if we recognize that life is a journey.
Think differently to behave differently as you align to the vision.The vision is your roadmap!
To do anything BIG, you have to start small –• 1 hour --> 1 day --> 1 week --> 1 month• Iterate: Build --> Measure --> Learn This allows you to create something of value that others understand more easily. It allows you to validate it, to learn and adapt. Corollary: You cannot stop at … Continue reading To do anything BIG, you have to start small
Innovation is like getting up on the wrong side of the bed and realizing that the right side was the wrong side. Tomorrow, get up on the other side and see what you can do.
by Eric Braun, Head of Innovation, Intralinks Recently, I was asked to give a keynote presentation at the annual global conference on M&A Tax by Arco Verhulst, Global Head of Deal Advisory at KPMG. He wanted me to discuss technology that is here today and coming soon that will have an impact on the way … Continue reading Intro to How AI Can Impact Work in M&A
As we begin the New Year 2020, I thought I’d offer some food for thought for all of us in modern companies using the Internet and Social Media to connect with our customers. 2020 should be the year for reflection, insight and planning for the future of business. Let’s use the beginning of the year … Continue reading Hindsight is 2020
Computer Science is the new kid on the block, and sadly, she’s had a hard time getting enough study time with students. No one wants to kick out the old, but we can’t ignore the new. Is Computer Science really that important, anyway? Let’s take a look and see if there’s something we can do … Continue reading STEM Learning with ISTE Standards