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Forbes.com interviews Alan on how it feels to be in his dream job as the “CEO of Creativity”

Forbes names Alan the “CEO of Creativity” as he shares the excitement and pleasure that comes with his current role at The Boston Consulting Group.  From feeling a healthy tension that keeps him going day to day, to being thrilled by constant change, Alan gives insight into his career and what it’s like to have […]

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Forbes.com interviews Alan on how it feels to be in his dream job as the “CEO of Creativity”

Forbes names Alan the “CEO of Creativity” as he shares the excitement and pleasure that comes with his current role at The Boston Consulting Group.  From feeling a healthy tension that keeps him going day to day, to being thrilled by constant change, Alan gives insight into his career and what it’s like to have his dream job.

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Thinking in New Boxes is named on TED.com’s “What It Takes to Be a Great Leader: A Recommended Reading List”

Alan and Luc’s ideas provide a fresh perspective on creativity, giving people the tools to ask questions that will unlock new ideas and create opportunities.  TED.com recommends the book to those looking to develop great leadership skills.

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Alan Iny’s piece on how companies in Western Australia can innovate appears in Business Pulse magazine

The next big idea could well sprout from existing companies, explains Alan in his guest column “Creating New Boxes for Western Australian Business.”  If they take the time to understand the rationale and incentives behind pre-existing “boxes” and challenge the status quo, great advances can happen.  Those who are also flexible enough to continue changing new ideas, and who find more opportunities where they can question current belief systems, will open up to possibilities and create useful, new boxes for the future.

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