• Or can it come up with new ideas that could eventually provide some rejuvenation?

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  • You don't get the influence that is needed if you come up with new ideas.

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  • Other schools can take a less direct route, but still challenge their students to come up with new ideas.

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  • Divergence is an expansive process, with the idea being to stretch the mind in order to come up with new ideas.

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  • Pepsi has small product-development teams that come up with new ideas and perform consumer testing, independent of brand managers overseeing established products.

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  • But has the President asked his economic team to come up with new ideas to help the economy, not what we heard today?

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  • Little wonder, then, that senior managers complain that "nothing happens" when they tell their employees to feel empowered and come up with new ideas, he says.

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  • Now it is much more receptive to ideas and services from the outside, even posting challenges on the internet for people to come up with new ideas.

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  • Her customers have come up with new ideas, inspired by her product, and such collaborations have resulted in additional products, including Rooibos tea with Blyss cocoa beans and bath essences with Blyss cocoa extract.

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  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology is on the case, too: In 1999 it formed AgeLab, a research center within the university's engineering school, to come up with new ideas for the next generation of seniors.


  • How did Edison come up with new ideas?

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  • And all of us, in both government and the private sector, will need to come up with new ideas, try out new approaches, and rely on our courage and our common sense to guide us along the way.

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  • At one time the technique was widely used within corporations to help come up with new product ideas or to devise radically new manufacturing processes.


  • Staples found its luminaries by holding a competition among customers to come up with new product ideas.

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  • Labour had to come up with new policy ideas to convince the public it had not "run out of steam" and could only win the next election with a convincing vision of the future.

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  • And with President Obama, we are determined to forge ahead, come up with these new ideas for the greater benefit of the peoples of the world, for their prosperity and for the stability of this world of ours.

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  • Engaging a wide variety of innovators to help come up with new and promising ideas.

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  • And has the economic team come up with some of those new ideas that you talked about?

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  • Clearly, the people are trying to force the GOP to come up with new candidates with new ideas.

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  • Osborn described, for instance, how the technique inspired a group of ten admen to come up with eighty-seven ideas for a new drugstore in ninety minutes, or nearly an idea per minute.

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  • To many he is a new name and now has the responsibility to come up with fresh ideas.

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