Innovation Ideation Speaker James D. Feldman Launches His Aha Book

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( — June 13, 2014)  Chicago, Illinois James Feldman, CITE, CPIM, CPT, MIP is recognized as an innovative, performance improvement leader.  He forges collaborative ideation and educates organizations how to innovate from top to bottom and bottom to top. Whether you want to improve daily efficiencies or bring an entirely new product to market, James’ insights are built to maximize organizations’ return on investment and provide powerful, measurable results over time. He is guided by the framework of science and experimentation, though not to the exclusion of hunches, impressions, and intuition.  His approach as a practitioner applies this knowledge to real world situations, which are applicable to every organization. 

Companies today are challenged to manage the ongoing innovation process.

But they face a long list of obstacles: piecing together critical information, storing it in disparate sources, and developing a consistent process of bringing best of breed ideas to market. Implementing a company-wide innovation platform can effectively capture the collective wisdom of employees, partners, and customers, and efficiently manage the identification and implementation of next generation products and services.

Choosing the right tools and having the proper expertise to effectively innovate will be a defining factor in a company’s ability to survive in today’s increasingly complex, competitive business landscape.

Turns out, the best companies are naturally good at creating new ideas and executing them brilliantly.

All too often, we stop at the first part and pat ourselves on the back for being innovative, even though we aren’t exactly sure what to do with a great idea. We spend too much time thinking “outside the box,” when in fact, the problem is “inside the box.

 Aha is known everywhere by everyone as an expression of discovery.

It is the discovery of an idea, a phrase, a concept and even finding our keys. Aha, there they are.  We experience Aha moments every day.

Thinkaha is a company that had their own Aha. Let’s make available Aha books. These books would be available for anyone and everyone to create.  No longer are Aha moments lost in the moment they come alive on your Aha book. A significant advantage of this book is the ease of sharing the book’s Ahas that resonate with you via your social network on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+.

We love quotable phrases.  Twitter standardized to 140 characters but sound bytes were around before Twitter. Twitter came from the observation that much police, ambulance and other communication is in short phrases. 140 characters works as bite sized bursts.  An Aha can change how someone sees the world.

Jim created his Aha book (you can create one too).  An Aha book has 100 Ahas in it like this one from Jim.

When we change our focus, we change our lives. @ShiftHappensNow”

Jim saw the advantage of The Aha Amplifier.  It helps you increase your influence by amplifying and activating quality “Aha” moments! Each Aha is sharable via Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Google+, so you can easily share an important idea or statement with thousands (if not millions) of people.

Jims has ideas. He sees things differently.

Even when you think you know where he is going you will be surprised.  He found ThinkAha to be a way to quickly and effectively bring insightful moments to a large audience. From there the doors are open for thought leadership interviews via Google Hangouts, creating content portals, book publishing, webinar publishing, social media, traditional media coaching and vetted referrals, thought leadership mentoring/coaching, and many other thought leadership services, including the creation and support of corporations’ thought leadership blueprints.

Jim’s Aha book is normally $1.99 but his Aha was to make it available for free for a limited time on the Aha Amplifier.  Check it out and start your Aha book or enjoy Jim’s.

Learn more by contacting

James D. Feldman
505 N Lakeshore
Chicago, Illinois 60611

Ph: (312) 527-9111