Entrepreneurs are innovators
Whether you are a start-up entrepreneur or a corporateur, you are an innovator – typically going where no one has gone before.
And typically you work consistently to make sure you add value to your business or organization, and ultimately to make some parts of the world better. Whether that means having a social impact. Or making profits.
In either case you and your business or organization strongly benefits when:
- you have a mentor, or two, or three
- you are active in a wider innovating community such as Innovating Cosmos
- you form a customized strategic innovation board
To achieve any of your big, fat, hairy, audacious goals. Even to make you, or your business or organisation. millions!.
Be a mentor?
Or you’ve learnt that as an entrepreneur, corporateur, CEO or business owners you also need to be a Mentor. So how do you become a great mentor? What do you do? What are the traps for young players?
You’ve come to the right place
Here, and in a sister site, ceomentor, you will find just about everything you need to get a Mentor, be a Mentor, and enhance your mentoring skills.
This Landing Page acts as your guide. Every few weeks new resource are added. Find what interests you. Click. And you are up, up and away.
Innovate to multiply your corporate or organisational value 10 x 10 x 10
In today’s world of new innovating platforms, new disruptive technologies every month, and huge ongoing global problems – like global warming, terrorism, mass migration, global competition, massive shifts in customer loyalty – every individual and every organization must continue to innovate to survive and thrive.
And your ongoing innovating requires you connect to four innovating ecologies:
1. The amazing innovating ecologies and resources of the digital world – the internet, the world wide web, search engines, big data, new science, new information, the cloud, smart phones, the internet of things, crowd sourcing, digital products…
2. The ecologies found in certain cities like San Francisco, Boston, New York, Tel Aviv, London, Melbourne and Sydney
3. The innovative culture and support systems of your own organization itself – no matter how big or small
4. The virtual and viral ecologies of a global community of innovators, each with their own networks – such as made available to you through Innovating Cosmos
Connect with each of these four ecologies and you have a high chance of both ‘changing the world’ and adding value to your business, corporation or organization 10 x 10 x10!