On one trip I took prior to the pandemic, I visited an Advanced R&D lab and saw a lot of cool new technology. It was all stuff that I could see myself using some day. The team was working hard to overcome technical obstacles that were in the way of commercialization. These obstacles were real […]
If you want to create change in an organization, you need to understand “pull” and how to create it. I admit that the concept is a bit abstract, especially to people who don’t have a strong background in science. When I think of “pull” I imagine a force like gravity or magnetism that pulls objects […]
I know you can because I’ve seen it happen over and over again, as innovation leaders and teams move away from using “silver bullets” that don’t work, following experts that have never shipped their own product, or listening to advice that doesn’t have much in the way of results to demonstrate its effectiveness.