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Alan Iny on Understanding–and Then Breaking–the Rules

While the popular opinion on brainstorms may be that most are tedious and unproductive, Alan advocates for keeping them around in a recent blog post. The key, he writes, is to realize the potential of a brainstorm and then allow for some constraints to be in place, rather than the “unconstrained” session that many think […]

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Alan Iny on Understanding–and Then Breaking–the Rules

While the popular opinion on brainstorms may be that most are tedious and unproductive, Alan advocates for keeping them around in a recent blog post. The key, he writes, is to realize the potential of a brainstorm and then allow for some constraints to be in place, rather than the “unconstrained” session that many think is required. He argues that constraints help challenge our perceived thinking and can us reach conclusions we might not have considered.

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Alan Iny’s Leadership Approach a “Role Model” for Developing Talent

Alan’s research and findings are briefly mentioned in a recent Forbes.com article as an innovative approach to leadership development, and how hedge funds are incorporating his ideas to improve talent. He’s among fantastic company with Clay Christensen, and is cited as a role model for helping businesses think strategically and intelligently about cultivating talent.

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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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