Wed.Jan 23, 2019

The interplay between digital transformation and innovation

RTI Innovation Advisors

I've found that concepts like digital transformation are like eating honey. The stuff just kind of sticks to you long after you think the experience is over. As a person who has spent more than 15 years focused on corporate innovation, I find the rapid emergence of digital transformation interesting, and sometimes a bit troubling, as you may recall from a previous post.

Unicorn Farmers: How the Richest Farmers in the World Can Accelerate Innovation in Agriculture

Rocketspace

The global unicorn club has been making waves across news channels for the past 10 years. Tech Titans like Uber, Airbnb, and Coinbase, valued at over $1 billion, are synonymous with disruption, and consequently, are crowd favorites when it comes to venture investment.

Creating Systemic Change In An Age Of Dwindling Cooperation

Innovation Excellence

The past few decades have seen the world become an ever more interconnected place, with the problems we face increasingly complex. The latest Global Risks Report from the World Economic Forum highlights the need for collective action to help tackle crises ranging from climate change to cyber attacks.

How IBM Sees The Future Of Artificial Intelligence

Digital Tonto

We're only at the beginning of the journey Related posts: 4 Ways Every Business Needs To Use Artificial Intelligence. Artificial Intelligence Needs Conversational Intelligence. Here’s Why: [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]. All Posts Technology Artificial Intelligence Innovation

The 5 Competencies of Highly Innovative Organizations

Speaker: Dr. Ankush Chopra, Professor of Strategy, School of Management Fribourg

Professor Ankush Chopra studied over 100 companies in North America and Europe to seek answers to the above questions. He found that companies across the world use the same set of competencies to become successful innovators. In this webinar, he shows how you can use these insights to develop and lead an innovative organization.

Product Innovation the Easy Way: 3 Real World Examples

IdeaScale

Many voices can lead to brilliant places. Innovation is often presented as a mighty struggle between a lone inventor and a seemingly intractable problem.

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Understanding Disruptive Innovation

InnovationManagement

Companies are struggling with keeping themselves alive when new products disrupt the market. How does disruptive innovation occur and how can companies prepare for that? Research

5 Innovation Strategy Quotes from Beth Comstock

BrainZooming

Last fall, Emma and I saw Beth Comstock, the former vice chair of General Electric and head of its GE Business Innovations unit, keynote at the Inbound conference. Ever since, I’ve been carrying around five quotes of hers pulled from the talk.

Selling Your Ideas Up: How to Overcome Objections and Get Your Ideas Approved

Daniel Burrus

In an era of fiscal and time constraints, is it possible to sell your ideas to company leaders? Yes, but the success depends on how you frame the opportunity. The first step is to avoid talking about the idea itself. While that may sound strange, it’s the primary sales rule that most people break. You may love your ideas, but the feeling isn’t always mutual. When you’re selling your ideas to others, you shouldn’t focus on your preferences.

Common Questions About the Hoshin Kanri X-Matrix

Kainexus

Strategy deployment is arguably the most crucial responsibility of business executives. Setting the direction for the organization and making the day-to-day decisions that drive the organization closer to “True North,” is what leadership is all about. But it’s not easy.

Assessing and Fostering a Culture of Innovation

Speaker: Magnus Penker, CEO & Founder, Innovation360 Group

Welcome to an interactive empowering session on how to sharpen your future through innovation management, which can help guide your company’s goals. During this webinar, Magnus Penker, international thought leader and author, will dive into how to assess and foster culture and capabilities for innovation.

Gerry Purcell

Innovation 360 Group

Director Innovation360 Canada. Background. Gerry is responsible for ICG’s North American business. He has over 25 years of experience as an operations executive and a principal consultant in leading global consultancies including BCG, A.T. Kearney and in several boutique firms.

Why iPhone X’s Face Recognition Failed

Innovation Excellence

(Hint: It Was Supposed To) The unveiling of iPhone X hit one major glitch. How Apple recovered and handled it is a master class for all presenters. The iPhone unveiling in late 2017 was nothing short of epic. Perhaps the most impressive part of every Apple announcement of this sort is the degree which Apple. Leadership Apple iphone presentations

Magnus Penker

Innovation 360 Group

CEO & President, Director-Level Consultant. Background. Magnus Penker is an entrepreneur and Internationally-renowned expert on innovation, digitization, and business transformation.

Life, as-a-service

The Future Shapers

These days, the idea of ownership has started to lose its relevance as the ‘as-a-service’ revolution continues to gain traction. People have started to realise that they no longer need to purchase goods or services through hefty, one-off financial investments, but rather can now access them as and when needed and pay for them only upon usage. What has led to this change in attitude towards accessibility over ownership?

11 Proven Ways to Turn Your Culture into a Culture of Innovation

Learn the 11 proven strategies that you can implement quickly to get every employee innovating and contributing to the growth of your company.

Winning By Changing the Game

Sopheon

Here are five game-changing templates for major innovation success. The post Winning By Changing the Game appeared first on Sopheon. Blog Innovation Planning

Uncertain Times.

100%Open

We wish you a productive and fulfilling 2019. We’re delighted that 100%Open had its best year ever in 2018 and we’re looking forward to exciting new clients, countries and challenges in 2019. We’re happy to welcome back old clients such as Crisis and several new clients whom we’ll announce when we’ve done the paperwork. So in the gloom that is prevailing in the UK with all the Brexit okey-cokey (in, out, shake it all about), how come I’m so chirpy?

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The Innovator's Three Word Mantra

Idea Champions

Here's the deal: There is something you want to create. begin. invent. change. complete. manifest. birth. or quicken. You've been thinking about it for a loooooong time. You may have even been working on it. But it still ain't happening.

Market Networks

Xinova

The world’s first and only Innovation Market Network What it is. And why it’s the future of innovation and work. Social networks like LinkedIn and Facebook have ascended in lockstep with digital marketplaces like Airbnb and Uber. These twin turbines of digital commerce have disrupted the old order of how people interact to provide services […]. Inventor Community

5 Product Traps - And Better Paths

Speaker: Johanna Rothman, Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Is your agile team overloaded with feature requests, with no time for discovery? Do your roadmaps read like impossible wish lists? Well, you’re not alone. It may seem impossible now, but what if we said that with a few changes, you could be meeting deadlines with the ability to predict progress with accuracy, be happy with your progress against the roadmap, and be making time for near-continuous discovery? Johanna Rothman has seen this all too often across many different organizations. She will take us through five common traps that agile product teams fall into – and likely you are in several of those traps right now. And good news - she has ways to avoid them!

The Office of "How" - not "No"

Michael Roberto

Source: Symantec Adam Bryant of Merryck & Company recently posted a terrific LinkedIn article , in which he interviewed Amy Cappellanti-Wolf, Chief Human Resources Officer at Symantec. In the interview, Cappellanti-Wolf talked about making the transition to a technology firm (having worked at Disney and Frito-Lay previously). She notes: I had a couple of interviews where I was told, “You don’t have a technology background.” I had to say, “It doesn’t matter.