From performance to sense

Looking at our most read stories over last week, it seems that messages shared online intend to address smart, global change makers looking to challenge complex, systemic issues through technologies. Technologies themselves have grown complex, and systemic. But global change makers seem to commonly understand the key to make sense of this complexity: focusing on human sense based on human… Read More From performance to sense

Artificial Intelligence: what is the long term story?

Artificial Intelligence as an innovation trend nourishes an on-going discussion followed by many experts on social networks. One could consider AI talks remain a forward-looking, scientific research field gradually affecting algorithms, business information and analytics. Yet recent political and economic debates remind the concrete impact AI, and beyond it digital economies, already drives in tech innovation reality. As an intent to… Read More Artificial Intelligence: what is the long term story?

13 learning habits to keep up with a fast changing innovation ecosystem

  Life long learning has become a pre-requisite for change makers looking to harness the power of digital and connected innovation. The recent most popular social posts shared on WAI networks confirms the need of a knowledge savvy community to intelligently develop goals, strategies, platforms and actions to adapt a fast changing ecosystem. What are… Read More 13 learning habits to keep up with a fast changing innovation ecosystem

Catalyzing the exponential “us”

As we end the first round of our Loop#3, I am happy to share with you the outcome of my latest knowledge investigation seeking to explain how you can become the next exponential catalyst. This compilation of ideas developed by cross-breeding heterogeneous inspirations for systemic change builds a set of human values, a thinking framework and an action plan for… Read More Catalyzing the exponential “us”

Rethinking legal frameworks – Is smarter agriculture better agriculture?

The systemic analysis impact for innovation always brings up interesting discussions and questions with regards to legal and environment frameworks. There are so many recurring and new initiatives taking place, experts prioritizing and visualizing pain points, you can actually picture the system wondering where to go. How do our regulatory and environmental frameworks manage the technological… Read More Rethinking legal frameworks – Is smarter agriculture better agriculture?

7 traits of smart change makers

Current pressuring political, economic and social trends usually spread tensions and fear across media, including social media, creating further individual anxiety. From an innovation viewpoint, this in fact seems to generate further appetite for innovation, as identified through the selection of most liked and shared ideas on WAI social networks. What makes smart change makers believe so fiercely… Read More 7 traits of smart change makers

Do you want to build human values for innovation? There is a plan for that.

A few days ago, we initiated our new Round of innovation analyses with an open question which was discussed by experts on our networks: “how can we build human values for innovation?” I have taken the challenge to answer this question by using the tools developed in our management report “Diversity as a success story“, and… Read More Do you want to build human values for innovation? There is a plan for that.

How do you manage your costs of uniformity?

The recent talks driven by experts on the necessity to revive creativity and multiplicity of ideas for a more sensible innovation has nicely outlined an approach that is critical to this blog: understanding the limits of uniformity and seeking to address them for more innovation. Our management report, “Diversity as a success story“, outlines a… Read More How do you manage your costs of uniformity?