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Unusual Tip #43,252,003,274,489,856,000

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Do you know what this number represents? Here’s a hint: It has 6 colored slides, 21 pieces, and 54 outer surfaces. ** WARNING: SPOILER ALERT BELOW ** You guessed it…it’s the most iconic 3 dimensional puzzle of our time – the Rubik’s Cube.  43,252,003,274,489,856,000 represents the number of possible configurations for…

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Why ‘best practice’ is oftentimes the ‘worst practice’ for transformational innovation

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In your day-to-day, how many times has someone referenced the need to seek ‘best practices’ to drive strategic innovation? In my circle of innovators, I hear it more often than not, but am afraid that we toss around this phrase as if it’s assumed scripture without any consideration for how ‘best…

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