Steve Jobs http://wknofm.org en The Myth of the "Ah-Hah!" Moment http://wknofm.org/post/myth-ah-hah-moment <p>The world has been celebrating the life of Steve Jobs. &nbsp;At the same time, a story popped up in <em><a href="http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2011/08/busting_innovation_myths.html">Harvard Business Review</a></em> that&rsquo;s worth thinking about in the context of Mr. Jobs. &nbsp;It&rsquo;s about the myth of innovation. &nbsp;</p><p>The point of the article is that we celebrate great innovators such as Jobs and Galileo and Sir Isaac Newton; all great discoverers, inventors and innovators. &nbsp;And, generally, we believe in that <em>ah-hah</em> moment of the innovator. &nbsp;</p> Mon, 28 Nov 2011 15:58:01 +0000 John Malmo 4643 at http://wknofm.org The Myth of the "Ah-Hah!" Moment Great CEOs Mind the Details http://wknofm.org/post/great-ceos-mind-details <p>If you’ve never experienced the basic levels of a company, it’s hard to even identify the important details. Great CEOs define perfection, and they know perfection is the product of execution, according to marketing consultant John Malmo.</p> Wed, 28 Sep 2011 12:49:01 +0000 John Malmo 477 at http://wknofm.org Great CEOs Mind the Details