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
Regardless of the project, decision or learning I have gathered and/or inherited, diversity has proved an efficient tool for me as an innovation professional to envisage situations under varying angles and figure out the smartest approach possible. From working in global companies to very tiny SMEs in the centre of France, I can do it all, and deliver… Read More Does innovation have borders?
Connecting dots combines the 10 most read stories on weareinnovation.org over the last week into a single analysis that highlights our readers innovation priorities. Through a variety of creative examples to solve global issues, diverse personalities and experts combine ideas from different sectors to help their wider knowledge community catalyze change on a systemic basis. Although they… Read More How connected creativity can address global threats
Connecting dots combines the 10 most read stories on weareinnovation.org over the last week into a single analysis that highlights our readers innovation priorities. Sharing and jointly developing business ideas has become mainstream in growingly communicative world. At the same time, innovation experts foresee drastic organizational and technological changes that demand a high preparedness for an… Read More Managing the “Breakthrough Decade” through innovation
Daily Pick is the story of all the latest innovation news that matter to you. By constructing a more transparent framework, economic unions could be in a position to define intelligent trading rules that would benefit local needs. To do this, they need to consider inviting citizens into operations, while assessing the local competences they… Read More Daily Pick: 6 questions to improve economic unions and globalization
Connecting dots combines the ten most read articles on weareinnovation.org over the last week. It therefore articulates experts visions with readers interests into a single story. The invasion of social messages through social media generates a global call for change that is catalyzed enough to impact our political and economics spheres. In parallel, more research and… Read More Connecting dots: driving change through social intelligence
Connecting dots combines the ten most read articles on weareinnovation.org over the last week. It therefore articulates experts visions with readers interests into a single story. Innovation is not just about developing breakthrough technologies. From reading experts and analysts views, it is also about taking social debates further, so individuals composing our communities and societies… Read More Connecting dots: combining skills and ideas for global change
Connecting dots is an end-to-end story combining the 10 most read articles on WAI blog over the last week. This article therefore articulates experts viewpoints with readers interest to build one single story for change. From developed to developing countries, a global need for an equal, free and sustainable model for societies has risen at the… Read More Connecting dots: what platforms to organize global change?
Connecting dots is an end-to-end story combining the 10 most read articles on WAI blog over the last week. As European startups are growingly considered as a key driver for growth, the rise of social priorities in economics is challenging the legal and regulatory framework currently in place around the digital disruption occuring across countries… Read More Connecting dots: Finding a common voice for Europe
The Big Picture is an innovation PESTLE analysis based on information shared by experts and analysts on WAI social networks. Developing social inclusiveness on political and economical areas is identified as a short term requirement to sustain growth on the long term. On top of developing diversity on gender and cultural levels, politics and economics… Read More Turning the tables