Month: August 2013

Who’s afraid of collaboration?

In the wise words of Arthur Schopenhauer; ‘talent hits the target nobody else can hit, genius hits the target nobody can see’. The reality though, is that most people don’t go around contemplating how to be geniuses; mostly they try to do the best with the talent they […]


This edition of selected articles charts a variety of angles on topics of entrepreneurialism and innovation.  Equally valuable could be a couple of pieces that might inspire a hidden innovator, creative thinker, entrepreneur or a bleeding heart to start the next week differently. Accept the Burden of Uncertainty […]


A number of ROADMENDER blogs focused on the relationship (explicit or implicit) between innovation and collaboration. How well we recognise this relationship depends a lot on the kind of work we do on a daily basis. Sometimes we may not pay close enough attention to, and thereby potentially […]

Incubators – not just for chickens anymore (Guest Blog)

This week’s guest blog emerged after a conversation I had with a colleague, Josh Keegan, who identified a challenge and proposed an elegant solution that, with some support from corporate and government sectors, could see a major impact on making Brisbane a better place for young people desiring to start local initiatives.   In Brisbane, as I […]