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How to turn ideas into businesses - the heavy lifting of innovation

Each week I have dozens of conversations in person and via email - and they are all following a now f
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How to turn ideas into businesses - the heavy lifting of innovation
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Each week I have dozens of conversations in person and via email - and they are all following a now familiar theme. Innovation, while top of mind for Boards and Executives, has become a challenge. It’s not that we don’t know that we need to innovate. We just don’t know how. 
If this sounds familiar to you, take a look at our approach to outcomes over outputs for innovation programs, hackathons and incubation. 
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