Previous Blogs

The Innovator’s Dilemma 

Discipline Systems Beat Best Laid Plans

Thorium, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Collaboration

Embracing Chaos

Putting it all together: All models are wrong, some models are helpful

Motivation: How an artisan glass blower upended the financial transaction industry

Innovation and the US Marine Corps

Divergent Thinking: Why A students teach B students to work for C students

Lateral Thinking: The battle for VR

Contradictive Thinking: Can regulation trigger innovation?

Innovation inside a regulated utility

Avoiding the Solar Death Spiral

The Internet of Energy

How Markets can drive innovation: the Western Energy Imbalance Market

Diversity and Innovation: Part 1

Diversity and Innovation: Part 2

Film Analogy Friday: How can you become an innovator? Don’t talk about fight club

The race to 100% Renewable Energy: whose business innovation will win?

The Case for Consistency

Film Analogy Friday: Apollo 13 and Innovation

Innovation starts with a “Why”

Rearranging deckchairs on the Titanic: Target’s last gasp?

Film Analogy Friday: The Myth of the Montage