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“I am Charlie”

WAI is saddened by the loss of several of the most brilliantly virulent French spirits. This blog firmly believes in freedom of speech. There are no words to tell the horror and shock. We follow the entire French nation in uniting behind

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Big Data Wave: volatile and vulnerable

Think L@b

Today the ThinkL@b tries to define further Vs to Big Data. The objective is to better articulate the dimensions of Big Data around topics that exceed the technical definition. The point is to compound Big Data with appropriate indicators. It could

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Scientific poetry, the science of emotions

Scientific poetry

On The Go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere A radio show from France Culture,  “Les nouveaux chemins de la connaissance“, recently explored a specific poetry that was developed in the early 1800s. Those poems were inspired by science. This movement attempts to

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Innovation voices, who says what?

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Originally posted on We Are Innovation:
Innovation is being defined at all time by anyone on any point of this globe. The very singularity of innovation is that it is a concept which is always under construction and challenges status…

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Of Legacy and Change in the New Banking Ecosystem

Market Roadmap Banking

As many other markets, banking and retail banking in particular is being challenged by disruptive newcomers developing competing services on mobile, for instance, or via the Internet in general. As many other markets, the trends in opinions and visions tend

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Education is the key to everything, says Georges Sand.

On The Go Georges Sand

On the go is your weekly innovation story inspired from elsewhere. I happen to live where Georges Sand was born and spent most of her life. I just finished reading her novel “Mauprat”, which takes place just a few kilometres away

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People Centricity In The Age of Robots

People Centricity in The Age of Robots

The Big Picture is a monthly PESTLE analysis to give you an overview of innovation over last month. Today we look at Society and Technology. People centricity Defining who we are and our identity evolves with time. As complex as

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Millennials: The Game Changing Generation ?

Millennials: The Game Changing Generation ?

InnoTrends is a semantic analysis of specific trends as discussed and shared on WAI social networks. Over the last few weeks, we have investigated what makes the Generation Y so different in the eyes of innovation analysts, experts and practitioners. While connectedness and sense of engagement is highlighted by business experts, society explains how we […]

The Digital Challenge: politics and economics

The Digital Challenge: politics and economics

The Big Picture is a PESTLE analysis for innovation based on trends shared by experts from our networks. Today we look at innovations talks for politics and economics. While governments in Europe start to build and invest in digitally driven initiatives to modernize democracy, economists question the potential opportunities and threats of the sharing economy, […]

Startups, people and ecosystems: success and reality

Startups, people and ecosystems: success and reality

InnoGraph is an innovation trend explained through visual graphs.  The business world is in search of unicorns. Or is it? Startups are created throughout the world as a way to challenge existing business models and bring disruption as a market changer to develop growth. Because they showcase personal success stories grown in an accelerated environment, […]

We Are Innovation because we fail

We Are Innovation because we fail

We tend to be afraid of failure. We are taught to. Taking risk is not something you usually get rewarded for, and when you do, it feels “extraordinary”. While in fact, innovating often means taking a short term risk for mid to long term return, and it does frighten finance, risk-skeptic managers, project teams comfortable with “not so […]

Storytelling shapes the way we speak innovation

Storytelling shapes the way we speak innovation

Market Roadmaps build market stories around specific trends and strategies. As a way to create human links between businesses, products and customers, leaders and innovation practitioners develop storytelling based strategies that are shaping new approach and messages sent to market. As business becomes slightly more personal, individuals are driven back at the heart of strategies […]

The complex world around Millennials

The complex world around Millennials

The economic and technological environment surrounding Millennials is an invite for innovation. The sharing economy promises new business models for their ideas, even paying systems are developing new services to follow their buying habits. With a high sense of engagement, younger generations hold the power to drastically change the world we live in. Science and […]

We Are Innovation because we are entrepreneurs

We Are Innovation because we are entrepreneurs

Innovation and entrepreneurship are closely linked by human behaviors and professional skills needed to launch and drive a business. Through a variety of specialists and entrepreneurs view, it is striking to see how entrepreneurship is needed not only to build new business models and recreate an entire economic system focused on individuals, whether inside our […]

On The Go: Going back to a “normal life”?

On The Go: Going back to a “normal life”?

On The Go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere. I’ve recently been asked if we had any plans to go back to a normal life. My husband and I decided a few years ago to leave fantastic Paris for nobody knows La Châtre. The Internet will tell you this tiny little town in the […]

Fresh energy at work: Millennials get on board

Fresh energy at work: Millennials get on board

Businesses are increasingly investigating how to best define and address younger generations. They understand they need to develop their presence on new media, but also question the benefits of developing products specific to Millennials. Through inspiration and purpose, they seek to develop new codes and visions that could bring young generations on board, whether they […]

Empowering new generations

Empowering new generations

Hackathon, serious games, agility and pragmatic knowledge, society explores all possible ways to better engage with younger generation. This first part of Innotrends on generational changes for innovation looks into the driving trends emerging with connected generations. Education The idea generation is much younger than we think. Is it the technological environment, or the social freedom to speak-up, […]

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