Businesses don’t grow on spreadsheets.
Businesses grow on a healthy diet of great ideas. Continue reading “The Best Ideas Ever”
Some 100.000 to 30.000 years ago humans already dominated most of Europe and the Near East. These people gathered roots and fruits and excelled at hunting large animals. Continue reading “Conservatism Kills Innovation”
Dutch Railways are one of the most organized and well-run railway companies in the world. They’ve been doing this particular job for almost a century. They’re experts: they know their stuff.
And that’s exactly their problem.
Continue reading “Obese, Sluggish and Impervious to Good Ideas”
Reinko just told me: good stories I like, but yours are too long. Here is a solution: tell stories of exactly 50 words. No more, no less. Continue reading “Word!”
La Musée du Louvre is home to a stunning collection of art: 60.000 square meters of display room house about 35.000 pieces art. Continue reading “More is More or Less Less”
There’s a reason why most people can tell you about Noah or Adam and Eve yet barely remember anything about the exhaustive Biblical genealogies or even the ten commandments. Continue reading “Storytelling”
Good ideas are worth good money. There’s no doubt about it: having better ideas than others gives you a great competitive edge.
Continue reading “Steal as Much as You Can”