Open Source Innovation Named One Of '50 Maverick Minds'

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Open Source Innovation, a blog devoted to the practices of innovation, creating thinking and collaboration, has been named one of "50 Maverick Minds" by Mavericks at Work. Authors Bill Taylor and Polly LaBarre have placed Open Source Innovation in a list of 50 innovators that includes such visionaries as Tom Peters, Mark Cuban and Fast Company Magazine.

Open Source Innovation, a blog devoted to the practices of innovation, creating thinking, and collaboration, has been named one of "50 Maverick Minds" by Mavericks at Work. Authors Bill Taylor and Polly LaBarre have placed Open Source Innovation in a list of 50 innovators that includes such visionaries as Tom Peters, Mark Cuban and Fast Company Magazine.

Sandy Cormack, change facilitator and owner of the Open Source Innovation website, created the blog to help people learn to think like innovators. His blog places a wealth of information on innovation effectiveness, creative thinking techniques and innovation books/videos at the world's fingertips.

"The main thing I have in common with the other 'Maverick Minds' is the desire to effect change," says Mr. Cormack. "The best way to do this is to make the tools, philosophies and sciences of innovation available for everyone."

Aside from running the Open Source Innovation blog, Mr. Cormack also teaches innovation and creative thinking techniques, and facilitates creative problem solving sessions.

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