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ADOPT A GROWTH MINDSET FOR A MORE HUMAN WAY OF WORKING, LIVING, AND FINDING SUCCESS.

Almost 50 years ago, the first Internet message was sent. From Cold War research oddity to pan-global phenomenon, the network has evolved in surprising ways.

 

Kaizen stands for iterative improvement. It’s a sustainable, context-driven way to grow your business, streamline processes, and stay competitive. Who wouldn't want to Kaizen? 

Brian Eno’s innovative approaches to the creative process through the Oblique Strategies fundamentally changed the way we conceptualize creativity.

CEO Bracken Darrell re-oriented Logitech’s mandate to become a design-centric company; focusing on human experience and big ideas executed perfectly.

Computer visionary Ted Nelson’s started his alt-Internet project Xanadu in 1960. Since then, he’s been misunderstood by many—even dubbed insane. 

 

Team leadership and Zen are compatible after all. Mindful meditation can calm egos and spark success. Just ask Phil Jackson, the NBA’s winningest coach.

According to Clayton Christensen, when you bought a coffee this morning, you hired that beverage to help with the important task of waking up. Christensen's Jobs-to-Be-Done theory was unleashed nearly 30 years ago, yet its relevance is arguably even more significant today. 

As the complexity of doing business increases, creative ways of working become essential. Design Thinking offers one way forward.