Igniting Innovation: Tips, Sparks and Ideas for Acting on Innovation

How Can Benjamin Franklin Manage Your Innovation Project?

Posted by Scott Dunkle on Apr 14, 2016 10:00:00 AM

When it comes to Time Management and Decision Making, few thought leaders have come close to longer lasting methods than those of Benjamin Franklin.

The cornerstone of Innovation Engineering, project management bases itself on managing Milestones, Death Threats, and Tasks in order to make decisions and deliver your projects faster. 

Time Management

Many of Franklin’s time management methods can be applied to your own daily improvement of habits, as well as projects using the Innovation Engineering methods. In this article, the author mentions three key elements that are present in Franklin’s methods:

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Topics: innovation, innovation process, innovation pipeline

Do Rules and Systems Help or Inhibit Innovation?

Posted by Greg Lemmon on Aug 11, 2015 10:00:00 AM

First, I feel it is important to tell you that this post was inspired by some awesome data I learned about while doing some wisdom mining for a project. The article uses some more technical language, but I promise you that nerdiness of the data, research and information is totally worth it.

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Topics: Leading Innovation, Innovation Culture, innovation system, innovation process, leadership

Welcome to the first blog from the Eureka! Ranch and Innovation Engineering Institute team.  Here you will find a diverse group of innovators dedicated to changing the world by transforming innovation from a random gamble to a reliable system that delivers increased innovation speed and decreased risk.

 



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