One of the best podcast epsiodes on innovation culture I have ever listened to. Eric really gets it summarized so well when he says chaosmanaged chaos. It is so true! And the episode is well produced and nice to listen to what a treat.
The podcast does not give any scientific backing, it would be good with some numbers and data.
Measuring innovation is one of the most important but often forgotten parts and this episode really gives some actionable advice.
McKinsey can be a little dull in their language and even use a little too many buzzwords but it's ok in this epsiode.
Its a bunch of validated business ideas ready to go. Pretty straightforward and a good list if you want to get started fast.
These are really only business ideas for SaaS businesses, so if you are looking for anything else then this is not for you.
The best managers— of the most innovative organizations—don’t tell their employees how to innovate. They manage the chaos. I’ll prove that to you with stories from the smartest entrepreneurs I know.
IdeasGrab is a collection of over 3,400 ideas generated over the last few years. I decided to share these publicly for people to grab and hopefully inspire your own idea generation.
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