A light-bulb moment in Innovation Learning

Paul Hobcraft

Over the past few weeks, or is it months or is it even years, I have been constantly thinking through how we are learning in our innovation understanding. The article alarmed me but it also ‘re-armed’ me. Perhaps the article will for you.

Innovation Strategy – 40 Articles on Fostering an Innovative Workplace Culture

BrainZooming

If you’re looking at your organization and wondering where to start to foster a more innovative workplace culture, here are forty articles to go deeper into the topic. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the free Brainzooming email updates.

Chaos Learning: The Key To Mastering Uncertainty

Game-Changer

Still, for all the star consultant talks, books and articles about it, most organizations are designed and run on the assumption of long-term stability. Chaos learning, which starts with… Be stubborn on vision, flexible on details.

Learning Platforms and Personal Learning Pathways

Guide 4 Innovating

My mind has been swirling around the significant changes taking place around learning. Not just in the time we have available, suggested recently as 25 minutes per week to stop and learn but in the variety of ways we can learn.

6 Keys to Making Collaborative Innovation Successful

Speaker: Soren Kaplan, Founder of InnovationPoint

The goal is to quickly learn what works, what. innovation results from taking risks per se, but rather from creativity and learning. learning and social networking. InnovationPoint offers free resources including articles, white.

What We Mean When We Say “Machine Learning”

IdeaScale

So in this article we will address a new emerging theme: machine learning and try to answer the question “ who learns faster, a machine or an human?” People can get stuck in the process of learning. How does a machine learn? How does a human learn?

To Learn About Innovation, Study the Linguistics

Stephen Shapiro

We can learn a lot about innovation by studying linguistics… The other day I found some old VHS tapes (for those a bit younger than I am, this was the predecessor to the DVD). This article originally appeared on the Inc.

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Strategic Visioning Exercises – 14 Articles for Creating a Vision Statement

BrainZooming

14 Articles on Strategic Visioning Exercises. These fourteen articles recap our thinking and recommendations across these three areas. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the free Brainzooming blog email updates.

A New Role For Humans: Prepping Data So AI Can Learn To Do Our Jobs

Game-Changer

The main way computers learn to do tasks is by getting fed information by us. Today the new job is tagger : people who prepare data so algorithms can learn to do our jobs. Read the NY Times article titled “ How cheap labor drives China’s A.I. can learn to do our jobs.

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You Shouldn’t Have To Ask Your Boss For Permission To Learn

Game-Changer

I was reminded of our chat after coming across a recent article on Harvard Business Review that lays out a six step plan for making a persuasive request to ones boss to make time for learning new things. Learning new things is normal for innovators.

Death by Meeting – 18 Articles on Effective Meetings

BrainZooming

Death by Meeting – 18 Articles on Effective Meetings. These 18 articles from the Brainzooming archives highlight various techniques we use to manage effective meetings, from meeting logistics to meeting dynamics and meeting decision making.

Branding Strategy – 14 Articles on Engaging an Internal Brand Team

BrainZooming

The branding strategy workshop came about from talking to too many executives that think it’s okay to let employees in on branding changes at the same time (or even after) customers learn about them. Here are links to fourteen articles integrated within the workshop.

Learning Platforms and Personal Learning Pathways

Guide 4 Innovating

My mind has been swirling around the significant changes taking place around learning. Not just in the time we have available, suggested recently as 25 minutes per week to stop and learn but in the variety of ways we can learn.

Organizational Change – 15 Articles for Unfreezing a Team

BrainZooming

The clarity and directness of this strategic challenge prompted me to assemble this list of organizational change articles focused on these three areas. Download this free, action-focused mini-book to: Learn smart ways to separate strategic opportunities from the daily noise of business.

Method Mondays: Never stop learning

Boxes and Arrows

Benjamin Franklin once said: “Tell me and I forget; teach me and I may remember; involve me and I learn.”. In this article, I would like to share the five methods with you that work best for us—they’re worth trying! Learning From Others Process and Methods

Learning Innovation from Leonardo Da Vinci

Innovation Excellence

This article focuses on a series of observations about Leonardo’s work and applies those to the challenges of the present-day innovator.

35 Lessons Learned (or Reconfirmed) in the Last Two Years Away from Corporate Life

BrainZooming

For the first six years of The Brainzooming Group, I published a list near our anniversary date with twenty-five lessons learned or reconfirmed in the most recent year away from full-time corporate life. I skipped the article for two years as the pace and focus of business expanded.

5 Videos for Learning about Design Sprints

Innovation Excellence

This article is a republished selection from InnovationTraining.org’s recommended resources: Design Sprint Videos. It’s an important concept to learn for designers, product and service developers, and organizational innovators.

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Finding knowledge and research to help you learn and adapt

Paul Hobcraft

As part of my job, advising others on all things swirling around innovation, I invest significant time in researching, learning and applying what I feel is important to others, so as to understand or at least to raise their awareness to changing practices, thinking or approaches.

Lessons learned running corporate teams like startups

The Future Shapers

In this case, our MVP was the minimum set of elements (governance, process, enablers) needed to run 3-5 teams for 8-12 weeks with the aim of solving strategic objectives, and learning from the experience. Following the “Build – Measure – Learn loop”, our main focus was to identify the barriers teams faced, and implement them as features of the subsequent version of our Lean Startup framework. Launch teams to learn: The objective of the first cohort of teams was always to learn.

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Customer, Culture, and Learning: Takeaways from the Lean Startup Conference

Moves the Needle

These sessions take a deep dive into several of the key topics discussed in this article, and are only available for a limited time: Watch Replays. In his article he states, “ Interviews give you the greatest insights. Did you learn something new?

Learning innovation from haute cuisine chefs

Norbert Bol

How do we learn to innovate and become successful entrepreneurs? In the August 2016 edition of the Journal of Business Research there is an interesting article (Abecassis-Moedas, et al., Top haute cuisine chefs learn to innovate by vicarious learning. This is a type of social learning in which the individual learns through observation without directly. There are three types of vicarious learning, these are: Vicarious learning from parental models.

Micro-Learning for Storytellers

Idea Champions

That's what my Micro-Learning for Storytellers service is about. videos, podcasts, stories, and articles) to distribute to your workforce one bite-sized piece of wisdom at a time. Micro-Learning for Innovators. Time-crunched as you are, I know you have no time to read this.

Micro-Learning for Storytellers

Idea Champions

That's what my Micro-Learning for Storytellers service is about. videos, podcasts, stories, and articles) to distribute to your workforce one bite-sized piece of wisdom at a time. Micro-Learning for Innovators.

Micro-Learning for Storytellers

Idea Champions

That's what my Micro-Learning for Storytellers service is about. videos, podcasts, stories, and articles) to distribute to your workforce one bite-sized piece of wisdom at a time. Micro-Learning for Innovators.

Learning 5 Innovation Strategy Lessons as an Entrepreneur

BrainZooming

Given that, moving to an entrepreneurial environment in 2009 was new territory when it came to learning innovation strategy lessons. 5 Innovation Strategy Lessons Learned as an Entrepreneur.

How to Write an excellent Initial Article: Portion II

Gijs Van Wulfen

How to Write an excellent Initial Article: Portion II. The next thing to perform should be to learn the work aloud and tune in for dissimilarities between the two various areas of your dissertation. Abstracts, overall tone, unity of fashion. Abstracts. Some divisions and establishments stipulate that your chosen dissertation will have to be prefaced along with an abstract.

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Application of advanced analytics and machine learning in the banking industry

hackerearth

According to the Global Banking Outlook 2018 study conducted by Ernst & Young, 60-80% of the banks are planning to increase investment in data and analytics and 40-60% plan to increase investment in machine learning. Analytics and machine learning on their own are mere buzzwords.

Learning from green innovation failures

Norbert Bol

In a recent article (Wicki, 2015) there is an interesting insight of a failed green innovation and the lessons that can be drawn from this example for those who want to seize business opportunities in the green economy. Sustainability is increasingly seen as a driver for innovation. Many innovations however fail or did not succeed yet.

2016, The Year of Machine Learning

Yet2

The talented project team in our Europe office have put together a brief article around the kinds of work we have been engaged in throughout 2016, and we are keen to get your feedback around parallels between our work and your needs. Machine learning is method of giving computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. As we head further into the new year, yet2 is continually looking for new ways to provide insights into our varied capabilities.

Teaching/Learning UX: Considerations for Academic-Industry Partnerships

Boxes and Arrows

At the same time that knowledge in the academy is often chopped up into discrete units called disciplines, however, there are other obstacles to establishing UX as a real concern that are specific to state- and federal-funded institutions of higher learning. service-learning or volunteering). Following this trend, my recent technical writing course featured a series of learning modules that focused as much on traditional modes of documentation as it did on content strategy and IA.

SPEED TO KNOWLEDGE: The Curious Roots of Micro-Learning

Idea Champions

For example, the idea of micro-learning may be all the rage these days, but it wasn't always that way. In fact, the company that created the first micro learning programs, AthenaOnline , was kicked out of quite a few offices for even proposing the idea.

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Learning Something New. Without Forgetting the Old

Michael Roberto

Kristin Wilson and Scott Rockart have published an intriguing paper titled, "Learning in Cycles." In this article, the scholars examine how firms learn and adapt over the course of business cycles. Firms must learn and apply new lessons and skills at different points in a business cycle, but they must not forget old lessons and capabilities. Yet, this research shows that can't discard our learning completely. How can we learn without completely forgetting?

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Gap Takes Advice from 5-Year-Old: What Innovators Can Learn

Spigit

There are two important lessons that every company can learn from this story. article covering the Gap story , “So often you can get the best feedback from the person you’d least expect to offer it.”. Great ideas, and lessons, can come from anyone. Yes, even a 5-year-old.

Learning User Innovation by teaching it

Open Innovation

They say you never learn something until you teach it. Thoughts in 2014 With more than 15 published papers (articles or chapters) about open innovation, I’m guessing many know me mostly for my OI work. In discussing UI, I realized that this concept in the earlier article was inaccurate.