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Can Your Culture Make Your Company More Innovative?

Well sure, but the issue for many is whether a company needs to change its culture to become more innovative. Much has been written on this topic over the last few decades as the idea of innovation as a driver … Continue reading

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Changing Innovation Archetypes … Successfully

Shortly after Steve Job’s death, I wrote about the challenge facing Apple to continue its innovation excellence given the archetype they were using was based on the Visionary Leader approach. One of the problems with the Visionary Leader archetype is … Continue reading

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Apple’s Innovation Challenges

After Steve Job’s death, I posted a few times about where Apple heads next with innovation. Many people have asked the same questions. With the introduction of the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch (aka iWatch), we are beginning to … Continue reading

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Who is to blame for Apple’s fall?

Yesterday Apple posted its first ever profit decline in more than a decade. As a “make good” (or maybe because they can’t find a better use for the cash), the Apple Board has decided to increase the dividend and begin … Continue reading

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How Does Apple Succeed Tomorrow?

Much has been written by others about the challenge Apple faces in “replacing” Steve Jobs. Those pundits miss the key challenge for Apple. It is not about the brand or the personality; it’s about the innovation archetype Apple is built on, … Continue reading

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