On the surface, Ben Shapiro and Milo Yiannopoulos look like two very similar thought-leaders...

There are fast and slow ways of doing the same thing. There are ways of achieving targets that require immense, sustained effort, and ways that are get the job done almost instantly.

Can you be safe AND agile? Can debate produce greater safety than rules?

This new breed of innovative organisations is finding strategic ways to break rules and bypass expected norms, and the results are often staggering. How could you emulate them?

Rules make everything easy to understand. For that reason, leaders love them. But a blind adherence to rules can create its own problems, stifling innovation.

What if, by measuring the wrong thing, managers miss innovation opportunities?

Sometimes, invention is the product of rule-breaking. Two tips for increasing your innovation culture, by business author and professional speaker Douglas Kruger.

Leaders know that analogies can be powerful. They instruct, inspire and provide guidance, using an easy-to-remember shorthand. But what if you tell the wrong story?

With a little empathy, you can out-innovate organisations that don't care. Business author and global speaker Douglas Kruger explores 'chunking' for agile culture.

3 Strategies for enhancing the culture of innovation in your organisation without blowing billions

Post digital revolution, we are no longer limited by time and place. Curiously, many organisations are not capitalising on this fact.

Should I give away my best ideas for free? Douglas Kruger, author of 'Own Your Industry - How to Position Yourself as an Expert,' weighs in with a surprising answer.

When customers bypass your process, short-circuit your systems or break your rules, they are often seeking expedience and convenience. What if you innovated around your own processes and gave it to them?

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Article 62: Summing it all up

Article 61: ...and try this spiritual principle

Article 60: Living a system of failures-as-feedback

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