Vadim Kotelnikov advice quotes

An average one competes with others.

A Great one competes with s/himself.

Vadim Kotelnikov

Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of 1000ventures - personal logo    Business e-Coach    Innompic Games icon



Sam Walton's rules for buiding a great business

Set high goals, encourage competition, and then keep score. Make bets with outrageous payoffs.

Sam Walton




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At Innompic Games I'm the Founder of participants do great things because they enjoy and are proud of being citizens of the Innompic Planet of Loving Creators. They are inspired by the Innompic shared values, joyful constructive competition environment, and challenge-based accelerated learning.





Constructive vs. Destructive Competition

Constructive competition is about developing one’s own, others’ and shared goals. It is essential to continuous innovation and improvement.

Competition between individuals and teams within an organization can be either constructive or destructive depending on the leadership, corporate culture and the established codes of behavior.





How To Develop Constructive Competition



Make each individual and Team Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book to feel part of a larger team represented by the organization itself and inspire them to work toward a shared goal.

Develop a spirit of corporate pride and corporate identity.


Emphasize the strategic intent of the entire organization, shared values, higher order goals, Customer Value Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book, Innovation Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book, and Improvement  Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book that provide purpose and inspire people to create a great common future through constructive competition.

Encourage search for breakthrough solutions, radical improvements, experimentation with new ideas and sharing of successful practices.



When you organize game-like trainings, such as Innoball Innoball, for your teams, establish the Win-Win mindset so that the teams focus not on trying to conquer the opponent, but on creating the highest possible value for the organization during the game.  >>>

Celebrate achievements of the organization as a whole first, and then the champions who contributed most to these achievements. Reward all who stretched themselves and achieved extraordinary results.