On the go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere. Change necessitates new behaviors in order to develop human centered innovation. In the below radio show, “Le Téléphone Sonne”, from France Inter (in French), experts around Hélène Jouan try to define and analyse the possibility of being happy in the workplace. Is it linked to our value as… Read More On the go: recipes for “good” innovation?
Innovation comes from the interaction of two concepts: an idea and a need. It is, in essence, born from sharing. This on-going discussion enables those iterations that take concepts to tangible projects, and generates the appropriate framework for ideas to develop further, without being closed on narrow points of views that eventually mislead innovation. Customer inclusion has… Read More We Are Innovation because we share
Now a couple of months away from 2014, it’s time to have a look at what innovation is promised to be this year. This InnoTrends is relating science, business and technology experts view on innovation for 2015. A later article will look into schools, politics and society views. A last one will analyse press, consulting… Read More Innovate in 2015
On The Go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere. A few days ago, a friend of mine took me through his analysis of an economist we both read. While I thought, from what I know about his background, his ideas, his behaviour and knowledge, that we would have pleasantly shared a common agreement with… Read More Intentional Reading
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… Read More What’s your personal language?
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 from me, but 200 years ago. How did this place look like at that time? Honestly, I… Read More Education is the key to everything, says Georges Sand.
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 to each other, ultimately connecting people behind. It’s meant to build new breeds of networks.… Read More Interoperability creates boundless creativity
WAI “On The Go” is your Friday innovation story inspired from elsewhere. I recently came across a beautiful article about Yoga from the monthly printed version of Books magazine (in France). In this translated version of her article, Rebecca Mead takes us through times and landscapes of Yoga, this oriental practise that has become… Read More Travelling, Body and Soul