Successful Organisations innovate constantly
I had previously tried to differentiate between inventors and innovators. (Why Innovators earn more than Inventors?). Now I am trying to focus on the directions in which innovation can be looked upon for succeeding. Because today as such innovation features in mission statements of every major forward-looking organisation’ in the world, but then there are not […]
Queue lines to become shorter
Disney Queue Management, The Next Generation If Disney employs that wristband technology, then I see it being an effective way to improve its ride’s efficiency throughout the park and it can distribute the crowds. They can leverage the data gathered to customize its experience to deliver the most to its customers while opening up a host […]
Go out and ask WHY fearlessly
I know most of the people tend to relate to that title. They are all positive about its benefits and how it helps solve many problems. But personally I have found they create more problems than solve them. Problems as in for the person who asks the question, not the problem related to the topic […]
Why Innovators earn more than Inventors?
The article throws light on how innovation and invention are different processes and why innovators reap the benefits more than the inventors.
Business Organisation’s cheapest alternative to Innovation – Crowdsourcing
In today’s competitive world, business organisations need to constantly innovate to be at the top of their business. But one cannot constantly build new products and test them in markets and discard them if they fail. It’s a costly way. Another way companies employ is to research and develop ideas into products and services for […]