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The Big Picture: When change becomes a fear, and difference a threat

The Monthly Big Picture is a PESTLE analysis to give you a snapshot of WAI social network landscape over the last month. Today we take a look at Laws, Regulation and Environment (part 3 of 3).   Laws & Regulation

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The Big Picture : Society & Technology – June 2014

The Monthly Big Picture is a PESTLE analysis to give you a snapshot of WAI social network landscape over the last month. Today we take a look at Society and Technology (part 2 of 3).   Society – JLM’s questions

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The Big Picture: Politics and Economics – June 2014

The Monthly Big Picture is a PESTLE analysis to give you a snapshot of WAI social network landscape over the last month. Today we take a look at Politics & Economics (part 1 of 3).   Politics – Fifty shades

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Why We Are Innovation, and not robots.

In the near future, we may be wondering what makes us different from all these machines that can now combine power, knowledge, rapidity and some sort of intelligence of their own, some sort of experience, to work instead of us.

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The Internet of Things. Of what, exactly?

WAI Innovation Index takes you through key market figures and facts for the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Social Innovation: under construction, but that’s the whole point.

Because it is mainly “humanly-driven”, social innovation offers a great view of how and in what innovation actually makes a greater sense when people are both its engine and its end-goal. Of course it all sounds very nice and the

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Open innovation vs. governance: the API equation to business agility

“Open innovation”: trying to use external developers with internal APIs to develop new services and new business, the intent is definitely here. But the API model is clearly going in a bottom-up direction against the existing top down investment/resources/organisational complexity/technological

Posted in IT Innovation, Market Roadmap
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