Introducing 100 Coaches: Pay It Forward Champions

Marshall Goldsmith

I am very excited to announce the selection of the 100 Coaches in our pay-it-forward project! For those of you who haven’t heard of the project, here is a little back story. I made a 30-second video about the project for LinkedIn. Authority on new technology and communication.

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Before Hiring a Design Partner, Consider This

Harvard Business Review

It''s your job to pour what you know into the project and travel with the team: think of it as an equal partnership. You should understand the solution''s cultural impact, its technological and operational feasibility, and its viability in your business. Design Project management

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The Other Side of Innovation: Solving the Execution Challenge.

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Business organizations are not built for innovation; they are built for efficiency.&# – Vijay Govindarajan In The Other Side of Innovation the authors demonstrate their absolute knowledge of an area that many organizations need more of, innovation! In the first part of the book they take you through the steps to create a project team: 1) Divide the labor. Technology and its role in travel 2.0

The $300 House: The Corporate Challenge

Harvard Business Review

Editor's note: This post is one in an occasional series on Vijay Govindarajan's and Christian Sarkar's idea to create a scalable housing solution for the world's poor. Each post will examine the challenge from a different perspective, including design, technology, urban planning and more. In one of the projects, we t worked with Ashoka Change Leader Vishnu Swaminathan and his "Housing for All" project.

The $300 House: The Sustainability Challenge

Harvard Business Review

Editor's note: This post is one in an occasional series on Vijay Govindarajan's and Christian Sarkar's idea to create a scalable housing solution for the world's poor. Each post will examine the challenge from a different perspective, including design, technology, urban planning and more. I was pleased to discover the $300 House challenge and I applaud the efforts of Vijay Govindarajan and Christian Sarkar.

The $300 House: The Urban Challenge

Harvard Business Review

Editor's note: This post is one in an occasional series on Vijay Govindarajan's and Christian Sarkar's idea to create a scalable housing solution for the world's poor. Each post will examine the challenge from a different perspective, including design, technology, urban planning and more.

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31 Innovation Questions (and Answers) To Kick Off the New Year

Harvard Business Review

I thought it would be helpful to provide the list of 31 questions, and my one sentence perspective on each question, as it dovetails with my current book project (tentatively titled, The Little Black Book of Innovation.) Innovation is more than whiz-bang technology; consider different strategic intents (e.g., Almost always longer than initial projections; be patient for growth and impatient for profits. Shut down "zombie projects" that are a drain on corporate resources.