Here’s a great opportunity to share your definition of “innovation” on Twitter with @stonepayton. Stone is running a contest through mid-week to provide one or more definitions of “innovation” via Twitter. That means that your definition has to be 140 charcters or less.

The total prize money is up to $1000 (based on the number of submissions) along with a whole bunch of publicity about how you are an innovation savant!

My first entry was “Innovation = A fundamental, valuable improvement relative to the status quo.”

You can get full information on the contest (IDEF140) here.

When submitting your entry, include @mikebrown in the entry to let Stone know you learned about the contest here.

Let’s turn out big with lots of definitions!

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Mike Brown

Founder of The Brainzooming Group, and an expert on strategy, creativity, and innovation. Mike is a frequent speaker on innovation, strategic thinking, and social media.

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2 Responses to “Share Your Brief Definition of Innovation on Twitter and Win Money!”

  1. Stone says:

    Mike, Thanks So Much for helping on this! You obviously live what you preach about collaboration.

    P.S. Look forward to learning more about your work — especially the NASCAR thing.

  2. Mike Brown says:

    Stone – It’s all about connections and seeing what comes from them… so I’m very glad our paths have crossed! Can’t wait to see what happens!