The power of innovation for creating a better future for New Zealand

The power of innovation for creating a better future for New Zealand

When a new product or service is released people are presented with a new choice -shall we stay with the old or try the new? Our society has developed on the uptake of choosing the new-innovation has advanced all our lives in everyday ways- housing,health,education, travel, communication,food. The pace of change is now so significant…

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Unlocking the potential in your systems

Unlocking the potential in your systems

Night time minds The major potential that lies underused in most organisations is the creative brain. The creative brain thrives on being presented with challenges and problems to solve. It also flourishes in an environment which believes that it is capable of solving the problems. A lot of action or non action around problems is…

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Ten characteristics I would expect a leader of organizational innovation to exhibit

Ten characteristics I would expect a leader of org anizational innovation to exhibit

Raises the trust bar in everyday actions and behaviour. Shares and creates inspiration to grow. Shares the role of identifying and solving problems. Encourages skilled question asking and processing as a competency. Transparent in decision making. Improves knowledge levels throughout. Is determined and persistent in focus and action. Ensures that people are aware of the…

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