Sat.Nov 16, 2019

PayPal, Facebook, Shell Oil and Nokia: Antibodies, Part 5 of 6

Innovation 360 Group

Here is the success story of a company that had to go through many revisions before it discovered its own DNA is the digital payment service platform PayPal. This early leader in financial technology launched in 1998 as Field Link, a company that developed encryption software for palm pilots.

Groundbreaking Ideas From Hulu’s Open Innovation Hackathon

IdeaConnection

Syncing Hulu videos with IoT devices for immersive viewing experiences, an eye-operated TV remote control and other innovations coming out of Hulu’s annual hackathon

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Hacking your DNA: Antibodies, Part 6 of 6

Innovation 360 Group

What about you? What business are you in? When you ask someone what business they are in, they nearly always answer with a list of products and services. Try it out and see for yourself.

Harley-Davidson does not sell MCs: Antibodies, Part 4 of 6.

Innovation 360 Group

No matter where you are, you will probably agree that the world has changed quite a bit since 1903. That was the year when Americans William Harley and his friend Arthur Davidson joined forces to strap a massive automobile engine onto a bicycle and the Harley-Davidson company was born.

The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

Welcome to the field, General: Antibodies, part 2 of 6.

Innovation 360 Group

Picture yourself on the edge of a cliff, looking down on a battlefield. That is the marketplace. You are an army general, surveying your troops below on a wide, empty plain. Your capabilities are your troops, arrayed on the foothills below next to the shore of a vast ocean. Your opponent’s troops are gathering on the horizon at the far edge of your vision. Of course, in the real marketplace you will have many opponents, but let’s keep this model simple before we start adding complexities.

Lessons from the master of war: Antibodies, Part 3 of 6.

Innovation 360 Group

Let’s go back to the battlefield, where we started at the beginning of part two in this blog series. Unlike chess, in a real battle you have no idea what capabilities the enemy has until you do a great deal of competitive intelligence. Even then, the information may be wrong, out-of-date, or may have changed as a result of your intelligence operation.