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  • Samsung Pays to Goof Off

    By: treasurexm

    Why Samsung Pays Its Stars to Goof Off By Nicholas Varchaver   Samsung had a problem. Its culture was static and inward-looking. Then, in the early 1990s, Lee Kun-Hee, chairman of the South Korean electronics giant, made a decision that would reshape his organization and create a blueprint for ...

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  • Chobani’s success story

    By: treasurexm

    Chobani CEO: “Our Success Has Nothing To Do With Yogurt” Chobani Yogurt has been one of the most explosive food start-ups to ever hit the market. The company’s now infamous Greek yogurt is netting more than $1 billion in annual sales — and it only went to market five years ago. B...

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  • Reorgainsation for Innovation

    By: treasurexm

    And finally Microsoft has realised the barrier to innovation. Read the following article. It not only empahises the need to be innovative but also the importance of a suitable structure to facilitate innovation. To better understand the significance of this news you may want to read a case I posted ...

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  • Microsoft’s Missed Opportunity

    By: treasurexm

    Apple’s new tablet, the iPad, was introduced in January 2010. When it went on sale in April, it shot out of the gate, selling one million units in twenty-eight days. Jobs was not the only visionary to see the need for a tablet computer. Another famous entrepreneur, Bill Gates, had this to say: “...

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  • Tips for Innovative Companies

    By: treasurexm

    Use social media to generate and Share ideas. Social media is a good way to network. Include Innovation as a core value of the Organisation. Include Innovation skills as part of the Leadership Competency Development program. Train for Creativity and innovation skills. Have a Process to Innovate R...

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  • Play, Passion, Purpose

    By: treasurexm

      Play: Human beings are born with an innate desire to explore, experiment, and imagine new possibilities   Passion: What drove a young Bill Gates or a Steve Jobs— or more recently a Mark Zuckerberg— to put in the ten thousand– plus hours that they did as young people to achieve a le...

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  • We stopped Asking

    By: treasurexm

    “If you look at 4-year-olds, they are constantly asking questions and wondering how things work. By the time they are 6 ½ years old they stop asking questions because they quickly learn that teachers value the right answers more than provocative questions. High school students rarely show inquisi...

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  • Find your passion

    By: treasurexm

      Not everyone is good at everything, but everyone is good at something. This is about an eight-year-old girl, Gillian, who was having trouble in school: missing deadlines, testing poorly, and becoming easily distracted. This true story took place in the 1930s. School administers thought that G...

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  • Business lesson from Detroit.

    By: treasurexm

    Forbes updated its annual “Most Miserable Cities” list. It looks at employment/unemployment, inflation, incomes and cost of living, crime, weather, commute times – a pretty good overview of things tied to living somewhere.

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