The ability of any organization to have innovation success is defined by its willingness and ability to do things differently. To change. Lets not fool ourselves – change is hard and makes everyone unconformable.
In this weeks show, we discuss the role of change, fear and failure on innovation success. We cover such topics as:
- Why is change so hard (personal and professional)?
- What triggers the fear of change?
- What role does communication play to overcome distrust of change?
- Why is support of failure critical to a culture of innovation?
- What is the difference between “slow stupid failure” and “fast intelligent failure”?
- How do you overcome our personal innovation antibodies that causes us to judge ideas?
About Moe Glenner
Moe Glenner has served in a number of senior management and consulting roles for multi-national, multi-billion dollar enterprises as well as mid-range and entrepreneurial ventures. Moe helps organizations to transform their management and corporate cultural functions through innovation. He is the author of PlusChange: Genesis of Innovation (Jan. 5. 2016 – LID Publishers) and has been seen on ABC, NBC, CBS & Fox and has had many articles on creativity, leadership and change management published in magazines such as Inc., Bloomberg Businessweek, The Huffington Post, Internet Truckstop and inBusiness.
This Weeks Listener Question
In this weeks show, we answer a listener question.
What is idea ranking and why is it important?
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- Moe's book PlusChange: Genesis of Innovation
- Moe's book SELFISH ALTRUISM: Managing & Executing Successful Change Initiatives
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Listen to this week's show, Why Is An Ability To Change Critical For Innovation Success? S12 Ep7