25 Great Quotes On Thinking New Ideas

If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it. — Albert Einstein (1879–1955), German-born Physicist & Philosopher, Author of Out of My Later Years Every time you meet somebody, you’re looking for a better and newer and bigger idea. You are open to ideas from anywhere. –Jack Welch (b. […]

FedEx’s ZapMail Service: Failure to Foresee

Innovation is Not Without Risk One of the defining characteristics of great leaders is their knack for seeing into the future. Innovation is not without risk. There are plenty examples of failures at companies. However, on the other side of the coin, if you’re too cautious and too late—all you have is a dinosaur business. […]

Ex-Google’s Marissa Mayer on Nine Principles of Innovation

The last decade’s most remarkable business story has been the rise of Google as a dominant force in computing. Whenever a company becomes wildly successful in a brief span of time, it naturally becomes an object of fascination for corporate executives and even the general public. Marissa Mayer, then Vice-President for Search Products and User […]

10 Ways to Improve Your Creative Imagination

If you want to develop your creative imagination you must open your mind to new unexplored paths, think of offbeat ways to tackle a problem, make something that is hard easier. Be curious about everything—the world is full of amazing wonders for you to learn about. They will become your storehouse of memories and ideas […]

Ten Quotes from Bill Hewlett and David Packard that Every Manager and Leader Must Read and Follow

On 23-Aug-1937, two electrical engineers who had recently graduated from Stanford University met to consider the idea of founding a new company. During the course of their studies at Stanford, they had developed a strong friendship and respect for each other. Bill Hewlett and David Packard put their ideas to paper, starting with a broad […]