What is innovation? definition and meaning

Innovation is an Easter Egg Hunt

“Think about innovation as an easter egg hunt. Opportunities are more likely to lie outside the boundaries of where others typically explore, because these areas have been less exhaustively searched already.”

– Tom Murcko

One Perspective on Innovating

“It is difficult to see the picture when you are inside the frame. (stated by John Doerr and Kleiner Perkins)”

– Kleiner Perkins

Startups in 13 Sentences (#4)

“Understand your users. You can envision the wealth created by a startup as a rectangle, where one side is the number of users and the other is how much you improve their lives. The second dimension is the one you have most control over. And indeed, the growth in the first will be driven by how well you do in the second. As in science, the hard part is not

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What is leadership? definition and meaning

Same Business, Two Different Leaders

“It’s fascinating how differently the same business can perform with two different leaders. We look first for intellectual honesty. It drives me crazy when you meet with management and there are real issues and they act like they aren’t there. Also important is a contrarian bent, a confidence to go against the prevailing trend. You generally don’t want people who are saying this is what we should do because this is what others are doing. You want people who are spending when others are not, and taking chips off the table when everybody else is putting them on.”

– Jeffrey Ubben

Leading and Motivating by Example

“A leader needs to communicate in a way that makes people feel what they need to do. As a leader of a large group you have to keep in mind that people need to

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What is Business Intelligence: Meaning and Scope

Today morning my co-worker asked me “What is Business Intelligence?” I looked at him, surprised. He surely knew what Business Intelligence meant. But he wanted a simpler answer from me. Something that is more specific, and easier to understand.  I gave the Business Intelligence definition and explained Business Intelligence meaning in my own way, i.e. my take on the subject, from a Technical Communicator’s perspective.

Business Intelligence (BI) is the use of computing technologies, applications, and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of business information. Business Intelligence solutions provide current, historical, and predictive views of internally structured data for products and departments by establishing more effective decision-making and strategic operational insights.

Business Intelligence applications make use of online analytical processing (OLAP), reporting, predictive analytics, data/text mining, benchmarking, and Business Performance Management (BPM) to achieve accurate results.

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Entrepreneur definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

Examples of ‘entrepreneur’ in a sentence


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advice did he give to young entrepreneurs?

Times, Sunday Times (2016)

Young entrepreneurs
picking up
tea and
coffee from a

Times, Sunday Times (2016)

forward to 2016 and the young entrepreneurs leading the way are
digital and

Times, Sunday Times (2016)

It was at a
retreat in the
middle of
nowhere in
Canada that two young entrepreneurs
unveiled the
big thing in tech.

Times, Sunday Times (2016)

For 12
months, people would have to become entrepreneurs.

Times, Sunday Times (2017)

The young entrepreneur
launched his first company
age 12 and has
earned over 40,000.

The Sun (2017)

This Government
stand behind the entrepreneurs and small business

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What is an entrepreneur? definition and meaning

Be Willing to Change Course

“Entrepreneurs tend to believe, “I’ve got my idea, I’ll go until I die.” But I advise them to take seriously the questions about whether their [business] plan is irredeemably flawed and whether they need to change what they’re doing. Be diligent about failing fast so that you don’t spend five years doing something that’s just going to fail.”

– Reid Hoffman

One Attitude of Entrepreneurs in the World of Internet Startups

“I don’t care if people think I’m a dumb, blond, or stupid, or an overage actress, or over the hill. I don’t care because I’m gonna have a very successful Internet company, and I’m gonna have $100 million in the bank and I don’t really give a **** what anybody thinks! (Melanie Griffith is the founder of”

– Melanie Griffith

One Perspective on Entrepreneurial Ventures

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