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Alan iny

by on Nov 20, 2013


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Alan Iny is the senior specialist for creativity and scenarios at The Boston Consulting Group. He has trained thousands of executives and BCG consultants, runs a wide range of workshops across industries, and speaks around the world about coming up with product, service, and other ideas, developing a new strategic vision, and thinking creatively about the future. Before joining BCG in 2003, he earned an MBA from Columbia Business School and an honors BSc from McGill University in mathematics and management. Iny lives in New York with his wife and daughter.

He's the co-author of Thinking in New Boxes: A New Paradigm for Business Creativity.



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  • InspirationalMoments 33voices.com at 33voices.com @CharlieGarland Oh wow, I absolutely love your response - many thanks Charlie. And I agree - you don't necessarily have to 'destroy the box'... but you can can certainly break all the rules of the box :) 1 month ago
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  • CharlieGarland CharlieGarland This is outstanding...and simple. I like the 'think in new boxes' metaphor. I have used a similar phrase previously when describing what 'thinking outside the box' actually means (to me, at least). I am perplexed by so many people referring to 'destroying the box'! That is the antithesis of what we should be doing. Boxes are GOOD. What's bad is remaining within only one of them. What's worse is not realizing (being conscious of the fact) that you are stuck inside that one. And what's tragic is not even knowing that there are (so many) other boxes out there. All you need to do is explore.

    Very well presented!
    Charlie Garland
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