It is now time to answer strategic questions readers and followers have defined through our common global story. While concluding Round#1 of this third loop, we have discussed the limits of digitalization, with regards to social, legal and environmental sectors. Questions of timing, relevance and cultures are highly debated among experts and business leaders. It appears critical to… Read More How can you build an intelligent framework for digital initiatives?
Reluctance to change appears in a number of interactions I can find online and offline. There is a digital disruption going on, and this is happening whether we agree or not. Investments, jobs, physical and virtual assets deployed around the globe can only confirm this trend. One of the missions of this blog is to help… Read More Understanding the dynamics of change through diversity
Through our most read articles over the last week, I have identified a growing interest into the new customer journey: from end-user to centric-user. It definitely is a fascinating transition, especially with regards to the learning and teaching initiatives that are being launched to find solutions for intricate and global issues. This new Connecting Dots… Read More Empowering the intelligent crowd
Welcome to our Loop#3! Through a new series of rounds, I will share with you experts thoughts and comments that build most recent innovation trends from a variety of angles. The knowledge production model I have used is maturing and I have decided to reduce the number of rounds to include more analysis, balancing the… Read More What is a global think l@b?
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?
As businesses and organizations head towards a digital era, their human shortcomings and technology oriented developments raise critical questions with regards to innovation strategies. The space for sharing and providing knowledge management services is increasing together with the opportunities of challenging existing business models. Our human fundamentals, including our ability to ask ourselves the right questions,… Read More Daily Pick: 10 Human and digital components of innovation
From economic indicators to global visions of citizenship, the world seen through the lenses of a shared need for change enlightens concepts and initiatives that are taking innovation debates a little further, one question at a time. Even though knowledge barriers remain in our approach to economic analysis and information sharing, including regulation, a greater… Read More We are innovation because we are global citizens
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… Read More From the experts: Transformative Innovation
The Big Picture is a monthly PESTLE analysis to give you an overview of innovation environment. Today, we look at politics and economics. Let there be digital Henri Verdier has been nominated Chief Data Officer of France, as reports TechCrunch, as a will to make Open Data a central part of the French… Read More The Big Picture: Let there be digital, Uneven risks and Uneven rewards