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What Did Edison Get Wrong About Innovation? Creative Mastermind Stephen Shapiro Answers

What Did Edison Get Wrong About Innovation? Creative Mastermind Stephen Shapiro Answers

As a culture, we embrace the try-until-you-make-it mentality. But innovation genius Stephen Shapiro points out that there are better mindsets to embrace. He dives into these mindset breakthroughs in his latest book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”.

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“Best Practices Are Stupid” Author Stephen Shapiro Sheds Light on the “Goldilocks Principle”

“Best Practices Are Stupid” Author Stephen Shapiro Sheds Light on the “Goldilocks Principle”

Innovative ideas can all too easily be classified as either too abstract or too specific. But innovator extraordinaire Stephen Shapiro shows how to begin the quest for “just right” in his latest book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”.

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The Enemy of Innovation? Expertise, Says Author of “Best Practices Are Stupid”, Stephen Shapiro

The Enemy of Innovation? Expertise, Says Author of “Best Practices Are Stupid”, Stephen Shapiro

People tend to think an expert is the be-all and end-all – the A-to-Z on an important subject. But that’s not true when it comes to innovation, says writer and innovation leader Stephen Shapiro, author of “Best Practices Are Stupid”. Expertise can actually keep business leaders from that one great idea that will push them to the top.

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Stephen Shapiro Says Stop Thinking Outside the Box – Instead, Find a Better Box

Stephen Shapiro Says Stop Thinking Outside the Box – Instead, Find a Better Box

Many think “outside-the-box” is the bedrock of innovation. But innovation expert Stephen Shapiro, author of Best Practices Are Stupid, shows that outside-the-box isn’t king. Instead it’s a misconception that, if corrected, could lead to big organizational advancements.

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Stephen Shapiro Shows How To Avoid “One-Hit Wonder” Syndrome in “Best Practices Are Stupid”

Stephen Shapiro Shows How To Avoid “One-Hit Wonder” Syndrome in “Best Practices Are Stupid”

One-hit wonders might be memorable. But really – they’re not respected or considered mega successful. That’s why it’s so vital to continuously innovate in big ways. Innovation expert Stephen Shapiro details this syndrome in his new book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”.

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Stephen Shapiro Reveals “Survival of the Adaptable” in New Book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”

Stephen Shapiro Reveals “Survival of the Adaptable” in New Book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”

Best practices are not always about survival of the fittest. A tried and true idea does not necessarily mean it’s the best. Innovation leader Stephen Shapiro understands this truth with striking clarity and gives us his insider knowledge in his new book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”.

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