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Cyta Entrepreneurship Newsletter - Τεύχος 23 - Φεβρουάριος 2017
 
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Γνωρίστε τους επιχειρηματίες του μέλλοντος!

H Cyta, από το 2014 είναι συνεργάτης του Οργανισμού Junior Achievement (JA) Κύπρου και στηρίζει με διάφορους τρόπους τις δράσεις του.
Με το σλόγκαν «Γνωρίστε τους επιχειρηματίες του μέλλοντος» το Junior Achievement Cyprus (JA) παρουσίασε το πρόγραμμα δράσεων του για το έτος 2017. Συγκεκριμένα, την Παρασκευή 27 Ιανουαρίου, σε Δημοσιογραφική Διάσκεψη που πραγματοποιήθηκε στο Κέντρο Εικαστικών Τεχνών και Έρευνας στην παλιά Λευκωσία, παρουσιάστηκαν τα προγράμματα «Μαθητική Επιχείρηση» και «Ξοδεύοντας έξυπνα» τα οποία διοργανώνονται για τέταρτη και δεύτερη συνεχή χρονιά αντίστοιχα.
Εκ μέρους της Cyta, χαιρετισμό απηύθυνε στη δημοσιογραφική διάσκεψη ο Ανώτερος Διευθυντής Τεχνολογίας και Πληροφορικής, κύριος Χρύσης Φοινιώτης.

INTERNATIONAL NEWS
 

What a true innovation culture looks like,
and why you need it

It used to be that innovation was the province of start-ups - small, usually tech-focused companies, in markets defined by rapid change.
No more. Rapid change is the norm across industries. And maintaining the status quo is no longer sufficient to effectively compete. Neither is it enough to simply develop new products - true innovation is systemic, creates value for customers and for the organization, and can take place on any dimension of the business system, from process innovations to identifying and targeting underserved customer segments.
But as companies try to move the innovation needle forward, they’re hitting a few roadblocks.

The Intrapreneur’s Guide to navigating Bureaucracy and Politics

Few things halt innovation faster than bureaucracy and politics within the enterprise.
Teams get excited about an idea, but can’t get it funded. Endless approvals and tollgates are needed before a project is supported by senior leaders. Managers preach the importance of innovation, but don’t protect employee’s time to work on new ideas.
As discouraging as this red tape can be for intrapreneurs within a large organization, there is a silver liningevery company deals with politics to some degree, so ideas are surfacing that make these challenges solvable. All you need is the right approach to pushing through the bureaucracy.

Winning failures: Turning error into opportunity

“Reward excellent failures. Punish mediocre successes” – this is how Australian businessman Phil Daniels, as quoted by Tom Peters, defined his leadership philosophy.
But what is a ‘good’ failure? How can we help people talk about failures openly without fear, and how do we teach them to approach mistakes? Is there an intelligent way to learn from failures that can be developed into a methodology?

10 Things confident people don't do

When people believe in themselves and their abilities without bravado, there are certain things they simply don't do.
In The Empire Strikes Back, when Yoda is training Luke to be a Jedi, he demonstrates the power of the Force by raising an X-wing fighter from a swamp. Luke mutters, “I don’t believe it.” Yoda replies, “That is why you fail.” As usual, Yoda was right -- and science backs him up. Numerous studies have proved that confidence is the real key to success. Studies exploring the performance gap between men and women in math and spatial skills have found that confidence plays a huge role.

Six items that should never be on your to-do-list

Writing a to-do list seems like a tidy little way to keep track of what you need to accomplish, but it can fall short or even derail your success. To-do lists don’t provide context about the tasks, they don’t give you a timeline, and they’re easy to ignore. What’s more, to-do list prioritizing systems can be complicated and hard to navigate.
So should you ditch your to-do list completely? Absolutely not, says Paula Rizzo, author of Listful Thinking: Using Lists to be More Productive, Highly Successful and Less Stressed.

Research-Backed ways to impress anyone in two seconds

Say you have a big pitch coming up. You make an impressive agenda, put together a killer deck, and practice answering hard questions. But there’s a problem. This is all focused on the middle and end of your pitch, and it skips over the most important part: the first two seconds.And if you don’t nail those, guess what? Your hard work is irrelevant. Here’s why: In 1992, researchers Nalini Ambady and Robert Rosenthal, then at Harvard, found that our first impressions are essential for our success.

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