Artificial Intelligence as an innovation trend nourishes an on-going discussion followed by many experts on social networks. One could consider AI talks remain a forward-looking, scientific research field gradually affecting algorithms, business information and analytics. Yet recent political and economic debates remind the concrete impact AI, and beyond it digital economies, already drives in tech innovation reality. As an intent to… Read More Artificial Intelligence: what is the long term story?
If you have an upcoming review to pitch a perfect story and raise awareness or fundings for your project, visual creativity certainly gets involved, as a proof you are able to pinpoint processes and concepts with impacting yet sensible symbols and codes. Although not everyone needs to be a graphic designer, gaining inspiration from other innovation professionals can… Read More 10 visual stories for your innovation toolbox
While individual skills and cultures keep adapting to the increasing deployment of digital strategies in businesses, indicators show the need to also maximize non-digital assets of projects and teams, such as sense and leadership. Both technical and strategic recommendations favor agility and diversity at all levels of hierarchy to ensure the right skills and tools match… Read More Humans in the digital workplace: assessing our readiness to disruption
InnoGraph analyses specific innovation trends through info graphics based on stories that were shared by experts on WAI Social Networks. In a volume and revenue driven environment, clarifying sense and identifying biases behind the use of communication tools seems critical to solve identified issues. How do innovation experts create substantial content that is consistent enough across technologies to inspire… Read More Content marketing: keeping it substantial and intentional
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
Daily Pick outlines the most popular stories recently shared by our Global Thinking Factory. By presenting key attitudes and theories that could lead any change agent, within economics, politics or business area, to generate intelligent change, innovation experts and leaders elaborate a multi-dimensional definition of success. Through learning to take on courageous posturings, such as… Read More Daily Pick: 11 definitions of success
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?
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
Inside and outside their walls, cities, towns and communities witness a rise of socially driven initiatives going beyond business priorities, placing local people concerns at the heart of their missions. With disruptive creativity tools they share with their startup peers, those public-private partnerships are able to build their own dynamics and rules to generate a local creative ecosystem.… Read More Social Innovation: beyond better
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