There’s Still Time to Enter Contest: Innovation in Six Words or Less
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14 January 2013Michael Fitzgerald
Preliminary entries are in and they are strong! As many of you know, Celent kicked off a contest to define innovation in six words or less. Based on the principle that scarcity breeds creativity, we challenge you all to stir your creative juices and give it your best shot. We have received over 90 submissions so far! You can check out your competition here: https://www.regonline.com/custImages/333303/innovationisentries.pdf As I read the list, I am struck by the optimism and energy that comes through. The comments sound like people who love making change happen while, at the same time, recognize that it is not always easy but is consistently rewarding! Of course, there is no right answer, but we will be announcing the winning entries during our Innovation & Insight (I&I) Day on February 27, 2013. Regular readers of our blog know that I&I is a flagship Celent event. As always, it will host a variety of Celent and non-Celent speakers and will be a great opportunity to network with the industry peers. If you’d like to see the full agenda and learn more details, please visit our registration site. You can leave comments on this blog, send an email to Erica Ferguson at firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line “Innovation Is” along with your contact information, or join our LinkedIn group created especially for this. I can’t wait to read your thoughts on innovation and seeing you at Celent’s I&I Day in Boston. PS. I just sent mine to Erica: “New customer value discovered and delivered"