Daily Pick outlines the most popular stories recently shared by our Global Thinking Factory. While social equality becomes a key requirement for change, the ability to substantially and smartly question our early business creativity leads innovation experts to anticipate the right challenges. Shaping an adequate environment for digital transformation demands a proper identification of management cultures it will serve… Read More Daily Pick: 15 steps towards a mindfully creative culture
The Big Picture is a monthly PESTLE analysis taking you through key innovation trends for Society and Technology. You can find our first article on Politics and Economics here. Society: defining new models There is no debate on the fact that our societies need to change. They are changing. They need more inclusiveness, they need more… Read More One step further at a time: Society and Technology
On The Go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere A radio show from France Culture, “Les nouveaux chemins de la connaissance“, recently explored a specific poetry that was developed in the early 1800s. Those poems were inspired by science. This movement attempts to provide sense to science through poetry. As the author invited on the show explains, scientific… Read More Scientific poetry, the science of emotions
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
Innovation is being defined at all time by anyone on any point of this globe. The very singularity of innovation is that it is a concept which is always under construction and challenges status quo to build a path to improvement. It can concern products, processes, practices. It drives investments, brand value, shareholders benefits. It… Read More Innovation voices, who says what?