The insurance industry is ripe for reinvention. Flirting with the Uninterested is our contribution to help leaders like you begin innovating in a “sold, not bought” category.
Do you suspect that there is some brilliant, forward-thinking entrepreneur in a garage somewhere about to reinvent the game? Do you find it hard to make your case for leading change, while everyone else is still talking the same way, doing the same things, and getting the same results? Read More
April 29, 2010
Gladwell says the disease of the idiot is incompetence. The disease of the expert is overconfidence.
April 28, 2010
Mr. Paulson may or may not be wondering about the latest financial debacle, but he is most certainly wondering about housing prices and other markets to which he is finely tuned. Because that is what he does. It is his job. And he knows how to turn it into an opportunity. (intentions and motivations aside) He is just forging ahead, wishing the best to the arguers. This is a clear case of follow the leader. Perhaps blindly.
April 23, 2010
The President says it’s not about stifling innovation with reform, rather the opposite. His new proposition encourages companies to build products and services that are not betting on human behavior, but more on the real needs. If all goes well, the incentives for good behavior will be attractive to entrepreneurs and industries worldwide.
April 22, 2010
For industries that are not steeped in innovation, the very idea of creating something new conjures up thoughts of mad scientists with wild grey hair, people throwing pencils at the ceiling and/or men in black unitards.