As I mentioned earlier in the week, it’s been a long while since I regularly solicited ideas for weekly Brainzooming topics on strategy, innovation, and planning via Twitter.  That comment reminded me of the need to ask you for ideas:

  • What strategy, innovation, or creativity challenges or questions would you like to have addressed on Brainzooming?  Maybe it’s a strategic question you’re wrestling with or a marketing opportunity your small business has yet to capitalize on successfully. You make the choice.

Brainzooming - Catalyzing innovative success.This is an opportunity for a no-strings attached, several hundred word strategic insight on the business, marketing, or innovation opportunity you’re facing. Simply leave a comment with your question or email me with “Brainzooming Topic” in the subject. We’ll do some Brainzooming for you and share our thinking to help catalyze innovative success for you!

BTW – Tomorrow is Good Friday, so in keeping with our tradition here at Brainzooming, there won’t be a post tomorrow. See you back here Monday!  – Mike Brown

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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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One Response to “Where Can Brainzooming Catalyze Innovative Success for You?”

  1. DanyaShea says:

    Wow – I’d love to pose a challenge to you and get an idea of how you work. We are pioneering some proprietary processes to make our industry’s services accessible to a yet unreached (or at least dramatically under-serviced) market segment. In order to really create processes that work for our clients and are still profitable to us and our vendors, we need collaboration of ideas from industry peers. We want to respect intellectual property and honor contribution of those peers without giving away our trade secrets or sharing the ownership of the business or process patents.

    So, how do we foster and maximize collaboration among quasi-competitors while rewarding the contributors for their input and protecting our ownership?