mission statements are awash with announcements trumpeting the
importance of knowledge and ideas. They regale at the creativity of...
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Creativity and innovation have become the buzzwords of the day. For instance, in the 2012 IBM CEO study
, more than half of 1700...
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a keen cyclist, and next summer have signed up to ride an event in
Austria that crosses over into Italy and Switzerland before returning to
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is something that most organisations want to do better on, and a big
part of social business is to enhance and enable the creative...
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When CK Prahalad penned The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid he lifted the lid on the vast potential market in serving the billion or so people that...
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allure of open innovation can often appear counter-intuitive. After
all, if you’re giving away your ideas or inviting people into the...
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I’ve been thinking recently about how to encourage collaborative behaviours in the workplace. The standard carrots and sticks of workplace motivation...
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a global economy that thrives on access to the finest minds, it is
almost accepted wisdom that more expertise will reside outside of your
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of the best crowdsourcing efforts attract tens of thousands of
participants. With such a vast number of participants, the chances of
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you invite outside sources into your innovation process it is
inevitable that you will attract many more unsuccessful ideas than
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When it comes to innovation, there is a well known observational bias called the streetlight efffect. It’s illustrated, if you’ll pardon the pun,...
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When selling the Connect & Develop program
within Proctor & Gamble, A.G Lafley reinforced repeatedly how
important tapping into external knowledge...
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the crowdfunding market has boomed, with hundreds of platforms now
offering the ability to fund and support a huge range of projects, it’s...
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into the wisdom of the crowd is increasingly popular, with
organisations looking to the masses for insights and ideas on how they
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Managers have come in for a hard time recently, not least from Ratan Tata who launched an attack on the work ethic of managers at Jaguar Land Rover...
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a means of inviting innovation from outsiders, the competition has come
of age over the past few years. Organisations such as the xPrize have...
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Good post from the Harvard Business Review on introducing new ideas
into your organization and shifting the mindset, even if you aren’t
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I wrote recently about how the Linux approach
to collaboration is being applied in other fields, with the Linux
Foundation taking aim at healthcare for...
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I wrote last year
about the various ways the open source movement can benefit the way you
innovate. The message was broken down into three distinct...
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most major companies, and indeed most major economies, seeking to use
innovation as a source of revenue growth, it seems sensible to explore
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