Tag Archives: Innovation

Thinking, innovation, and arguing

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How the NBA and NCAA Stifle Innovation

During and after the Olympics, I saw many from Australia and the U.K tweet about school sports and ask whether their sports systems would be better if sports were more engrained in the schools, as they are in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Innovation and Problem Solving

Last week, in my men’s league game, we had the ball late in the game protecting a lead. At a timeout, other players began organizing our players into a typical press break with five players in the backcourt and a … Continue reading

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Coaching and Innovation

John Kessel’s article “We Coach the Way We Were Coached” questions the standard volleyball practice. I used some ideas last season as a volleyball coach, and some players acted as though I was clueless.

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