“Don’t intentionally piss people off, but don’t be afraid.””I believed if I worked with and for my passion, it wouldn’t be work. It was true. “There’s anxiety about bringing games to workplaces. “The role of the creative leader is not to have all of the ideas, but to create a culture where everybody has great ideas.”
“People in business struggle to find leaders with the aptitude to fuel their innovation strategies.”
“Innovation needs to be nurtured.”
“A community is wiser than the sum of its contributors. It’s also too expensive to go it alone.””We have to train leaders to not think that they have the answers.””While the world hasn’t gone nuts, it has gone social.”
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