As communications over social networks become mainstream, experts intend to analyze their impact on politics and business driven conversations. Within citizens communities, social platforms already generate activities and businesses that highlight a generational difference in our approach to defining solutions, as well as our perception of disruptions and continuity. While globally created links open new… Read More Society and Technology: how horizontal are we?
A growing number of freelance workers are creating alternative business models to help companies reach new ideas and skills. In the meantime, organizations still struggle to create the necessary space for women to reach C-Level. This comes as we are interestingly able to learn more through data and adapted algorithms. Saving costs remains as an… Read More Daily Pick: 8 growing trends questioning the future of organizations
Company cultures are described by innovation experts and analysts as evolving towards professional and social communities where individuals need to understand what their role and value are to maximise their impact while optimizing their personal development. As a result, innovation in future company cultures will be led by communities able to develop the human values and… Read More InnoGraph: Communities, Cultures and Companies
Innotrends take you through diverse innovation segments’ views on Innovation in 2015. This article analyses Business Schools, Universities, Politics and Public Institutions, Customers and Influencers messages shared on WAI networks around innovation changes this year. A later article will investigate innovation from experts, business consultancy and market analysis, press and medias point of views. This… Read More Innovate In 2015: Schools, Politics and Society
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,… Read More Teaching the World to Change
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… Read More Europe in the Mirror, Emerging Markets: from local to global
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… Read More We Are Innovation because we are Agile
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 it may be for individuals, it also proves to be a challenge on a nation… Read More People Centricity In The Age of Robots