On Innovation: Doing What Others Say Can’t Be Done

I recently read an interesting article in Entrepreneur magazine discussing a theory of innovation by Gregory Berns, author of Iconoclast and a neuroscientist at Emory University in Atlanta. Berns argues that innovation occurs in brains that are adept at not just creative insights, but also at overriding the fears that come along with them - … Continue reading On Innovation: Doing What Others Say Can’t Be Done

On Executive Management: Amazon’s Jeff Bezos’ Six Page Memo

FROM FORTUNE MAGAZINE-- Jeff Bezos likes to read. That's a dog-bites-man revelation if ever there was one, considering that Bezos is the cerebral founder and chief executive of a $100 billion empire built on books. More revealing is that the Amazon CEO's fondness for the written word drives one of his primary, and peculiar, tools … Continue reading On Executive Management: Amazon’s Jeff Bezos’ Six Page Memo