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To thine own self be true

Are you really who other people think you are?

A few weeks ago, I was in Hong Kong to teach a few classes and to meet with some companies. While there, I demonstrated my company’s new innovation people profiling method TIPS,  which categorizes people’s innovation styles. One person who saw the demo thought that people might try to skew their results, and suggested a […]

TIPS Preferences 2

How do you prefer to think, work, interact and live? (Part 2)

Do you know how you — and everyone else on your team — really tick? In our increasingly complex and dynamic business environment, self- and team-awareness are more important than ever to use the talents and strengths of a team. For that reason, I have developed a ‘people’-oriented innovation profiling system called TIPS. TIPS is […]

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TIPS Preferences 1

How do you prefer to think, work, interact and live? (Part 1)

Wouldn’t it be great if you understood what made everyone on your team tick — including yourself? I’ve been working on a people-oriented innovation profiling method that I call TIPS. It’s based on my observation that people orient themselves towards one or two of these four dimensions: Theories and knowledge (T); Ideas (I); People (P); […]

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FIFA World Cup South Africa

Innovation Lessons from the World Cup

Tomorrow, the 19th FIFA World Cup kicks off in South Africa. Being the most widely-viewed sporting event in the world, the Football World Cup is likely to dominate football fans’ lives around the globe for the next four weeks — mine included. Yes, instead of taking a good night’s sleep, we’re going to spend our […]