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TGI launched “Teamability™ for 10,000 Entrepreneurs”, an online Indiegogo campaign to fund the creation of new technology that – in combination with Teamability™  – will identify essential entrepreneurial skills, to help entrepreneurs make better decisions about their own strengths, their ‘fit to mission’, and their startup business teams.

Research by the Kauffman Foundation* has proven that “…without startups, there would be no net job growth in the U.S. economy.”

This is why, when we reach our funding goal, 10,000 of these new ‘Entrepreneurial Capability’ reports will be made available at no charge to any entrepreneur or startup team, anywhere, that is working with a business accelerator or startup incubator program.

So, we have just one thing to ask of you: please take a few minutes of your time to view the campaign video and/or read a short summary about it here: http://bit.ly/T410K – help if you can, and please pass it on!

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A good example of a disruptive business model innovation is when Apple pivoted away from being defined solely as a computer company to one that is today known for it’s entertainment portfolio like, ipods, ipads and itunes… any others?

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What defines an Innovation Culture?

Published on February 17, 2012 by in Culture

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Lots of controversy around how to create and maintain an innovation culture… most common mistake is assuming that if a current organization is seen as having a dynamic innovative culture that it has been so in the past and it will be so going forward… it is hard work and though I’ve been fortunate to be in large organizations that at the time would fit the appropriate attributes, I doubt they would be eligible to be called so today.

One attribute might be an organizations that rewards coming up and developing ideas that are not currently in the budget.

Any others?

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