Tue.Sep 10, 2019

Confusion or Diffusion in Energy Transition?

Paul Hobcraft

Following on from my recent post, “ Managing Energy Transition through Innovation ,” let me build out the innovation argument further. Innovation needs to be talked up within Energy. It is the catalyst to all within the current energy transition underway.

Creating an Innovative Culture for Your Nonprofit Organization

IdeaScale

Eighty percent of nonprofit leaders consider innovation to be mandatory, yet of those, only 40 percent think their organization is ready for innovation. Leaders recognize the importance of innovation, yet many aren’t sure how to make their organizations innovation-ready.

How Do You Know When You Gave It Your All?

Game-Changer

We all encounter and seek challenges all the time as athletes, executives, entrepreneurs, students, employees or any other domain we choose. Whether or not we succeed, as we want, at whatever we do is determined by the decisions we make, luck and the effort we put into it.

Therantology

Innovation Excellence

The Theranos story continues to unfold in the headlines and will likely be the stuff of Harvard Business School cases for years to come. Here is a brief history of Theranos. and where they find themselves now. According to the WSJ, Theranos Inc.

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.

Business Model Innovation – Democratizing Innovation at Scale

The Future Shapers

What makes business model innovation so important is that it captures how your business creates value and helps differentiate from your competitors. The ones that are able to. rethink their current way of doing business. find new revenue streams.

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Supply chain innovation: Using co-creation to unlock hidden value

InnovationTraining.org

There’s no such thing as “too efficient”. There’s always room for improvement. It’s why businesses are forever under pressure to deliver on new operational efficiencies whether through reducing costs or improving outputs.

Why Innovations Fail (and How to Avoid It)

Innovation Leader

Why do some innovative ideas fail and others succeed? Bad timing, corporate politics, and rigid regulations are among the culprits. Here are some tips to avert disaster

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5 Outstanding Benefits of Outsourcing Customer Service

The Human Factor

contributed post – All businesses aim to improve their customer service. You want your customers to have a good experience with you – not only because you care about your customers, but because it’s good for business.

May the 4th Industrial Revolution be with You – Part 4: “High on Emotion”

InnovationManagement

Emotional Intelligence is the new X Factor: This is the fourth in a series of articles that explore how the effects of the 4th Industrial Revolution are filtering into our lives on a global scale, what the workplace of the future will look like in the years to come and how we can ensure that we have the right skills to succeed. This article explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence as the new X Factor in securing success in the new era of the 4th Industrial Revolution.

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.

Big Data Solutions for the Social Good in Taiwan

IdeaConnection

Using big data to identify at-risk senior citizens and an AI solution for sentencing dangerous drivers are among the winners of Taiwan’s Presidential Hackathon

Book Review – Master of One by Jordan Raynor

Rmukesh Gupta

Overview: I got a preview copy of the book via NetGalley and had downloaded this a while back but got around to reading this now. Some caveats upfront – I am not a Christian. This book was seemingly written predominantly for a Christian audience.