Monthly ArchiveMarch 2010

Measuring Well-Being: A Model

Important as well-being is, it can seem elusive. While it’s relatively easy to measure aspects of physical health, the other components of well-being have traditionally been harder to define and pinpoint, which may explain why, until recently, few companies have pursued this kind of research.

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Power Diminishes Perception and Perspective by Adam Galinsky

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Storytelling: Passport to Success in the 21st Century

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Bottom-Up Innovation: Insights, Ideas and Innovation by Langdon Morris

There are six distinct innovation views that typically need to be integrated into one clear perspective in order to come out with the best possible results: three outsider viewpoints and three insider perspectives: Outsider Perspectives – Knowledge Channel Innovation, Peer-to-Peer Innovation, Outside-in Innovation; Insider Perspectives – Technology-Driven Innovation, Bottom-Up Innovation, Top-Down Innovation. This is Part 4 of a six-part series examining each of these perspectives.

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Redefining Strategy by Harvard’s Michael Porter

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