Creativity and Innovation NEWSLETTER May 2005 Seek a Creativity Driven Future Shifting Attitudes It has been estimated that, on average, 60-70% of the varianceMessage 1 of 1 , May 31, 2005View SourceCreativity
Seek a Creativity Driven Future
It has been estimated that, on average, 60-70% of the variance in investment return is attributed to enterprise specific decisions rather than fate. So, how much should be left to fate? Or, should one continually innovate and proactively shape the future?
The theme in these semi-monthly newsletters by Kore Kalibre, titled Creativity and Innovation, has been consistent. Innovation can be and should be deliberated. Relying simply on co-incidence would be disadvantageous. This newsletter has answers to key questions, practical ideas and much more on how to innovate and shape future actions.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE Key Questions
What have been the major technology revolutions in history?
What technologies will shape the future? What is at the scientific frontier? Practical Ideas
Customer may not know - Doug Hall, CEO Eureka Ranch
Disruptive marketing - Michael Ruettgers, Chair EMC Fermentation, Frenzy, Fruition - Charney, Sr. VP Cisco Successful Pioneers
Sam Walton - Walmart
Todd Krasnow - Zoots Bernard Marcus - Home Depot Book Synopsis
The Medici Effect - Frans Johansson
Do Lunch or Be Lunch - Howard Stevenson Innovative Companies
EMC - Reorients for Growth
VeriSign - Online Security
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