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We Are Innovation Because we are life artists

Life Artists

In our last post analysing innovation impact on society (The Disrupted Society) we talked about the new creativity that arises with diverted use of newly developed technologies. New creators are able to visualize and materialise an innovative form of arts,

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Posted in Creativity, Green, Society, Why we are innovation

What’s your personal language?

Personal Language

On the go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere. I’ve started taking computer science online courses and have been through my first PYTHON lesson on Udacity. It is such a privilege to access all this knowledge and professionalism for free

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Posted in Change, On the go

We Are Innovation because we are Agile

Agility

Whether it comes from technological change, disruptive business models or growing market constraints linked to higher demands from customers, organisations and strategies have to change. Partnerships? Social business? Digitalization? Diversification? Or maybe all of it? The only certainty companies have

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Posted in Management, Why we are innovation

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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Posted in Education, On the go, Uncategorized

Interoperability creates boundless creativity

Interoperability and boundaries

Back when I was still working for my former employer, I used to develop concepts and market requirements for interoperable projects. “Interoperability”, a long word which holds the charm of a lengthy story. It’s meant to bring technologies to connect

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Posted in Creativity, On the go

“Big Innovation Now”? A parallel reading exercise

Big Innovation

On the Go is your weekly innovation inspired by elsewhere.   Sometimes “elsewhere” is not very far. Today, it’s just next door. Because of the critical economic, technological, social, cultural and systemic impact of Big Data, it is important to

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Posted in Big Data, Management, On the go

We Are Innovation, because we rethink creatively

We Are Innovation

Innovation starts with creativity. Throwing ideas in and learning to select those which go to market. Learning to create the selection path. Learning to teach it to others. Learning to learn. Creativity is boundless, innovation draws its boundaries: technical, financial,

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Posted in Creativity, Management, Why we are innovation
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Innovation voices, who says what?

Innovation voices, who says what?

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 quo to build a path to improvement. It can concern products, processes, practices. It drives…

We Are Innovation Because we are life artists

We Are Innovation Because we are life artists

In our last post analysing innovation impact on society (The Disrupted Society) we talked about the new creativity that arises with diverted use of newly developed technologies. New creators are able to visualize and materialise an innovative form of arts, breaking open the doors of their imagination, taking us beyond. Connecting otherwise locked areas, sectors, […]

The disrupted society and The last mile

The disrupted society and The last mile

The Big Picture is a PESTLE analysis providing an overview of innovation over the past weeks. Today we look at Society and Technology. You can also read our previous post for Politics and Economics, “Europe in the mirror and Emerging Markets: form local to global“. The disrupted society Living Big life changes, big questions. “Are Shyp […]

Teaching the World to Change

Teaching the World to Change

InnoTrends is a monthly innovation trends analysis per segment. Today we look at Universities, Schools and Institutes. The New Basics Finance and economy Sapnoti Eswar from the London Business School warns against the use of risks based financial strategy over longer term innovation. As he says, “firms may be able to use complex financial products, […]

Europe in the Mirror, Emerging Markets: from local to global

Europe in the Mirror, Emerging Markets: from local to global

The Big Picture is a monthly PESTLE analysis. Today we look at Politics and Economics. Europe in the Mirror Greying policies “We will not allow this to happen”, is the comment collected by Gabriel Nedelec for Les Echos when Voktor Orban, Hungary President, announced a tax on Internet. Down and everywhere in the streets, the […]

What’s your personal language?

What’s your personal language?

On the go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere. I’ve started taking computer science online courses and have been through my first PYTHON lesson on Udacity. It is such a privilege to access all this knowledge and professionalism for free (a privilege for free… A nice paradox). Looking through my past experiences and reading through […]

The Payment Chess Board

The Payment Chess Board

InnoGraph is an innovation strategy analysis through a series of charts and graphs. Following our article “Of Legacy And Change in the New Banking Ecosystem“, we now look at the payments market. The Chess Board Sharon Wajsbrot from Les Echos keeps spreading the news: non cash payments are increasing, players on the value chain are specialising, […]

We Are Innovation because we are Agile

We Are Innovation because we are Agile

Whether it comes from technological change, disruptive business models or growing market constraints linked to higher demands from customers, organisations and strategies have to change. Partnerships? Social business? Digitalization? Diversification? Or maybe all of it? The only certainty companies have left is legacy will not survive to the new era, whichever it is, that era […]

Of Legacy and Change in the New Banking Ecosystem

Of Legacy and Change in the New Banking Ecosystem

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 to be two-folded. The first is the voice of the legacy, who claims the customer […]

From the experts: Transformative Innovation

From the experts: Transformative Innovation

InnoTrends is an innovation trends analysis for each innovation segment. Today we look at how Innovation Experts develop a “transformative innovation” concept.     Learning To Manage for Disruption: “The new age of disruption requires a big data mindset, where we’re not trying to be right, but to become less wrong over time by collecting […]

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