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How to Identify Industry Trends

HYPE Innovation

This is the fourth blog post in HYPE’s series on the most-often-asked questions about strategic foresight.

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Why No-Code and Low-Code Software Is the Industry Disrupter You Should Pay Attention To


No-code and low-code software may create a massive opportunity. A massive transformation faces the software industry, similar to the disruption we’ve seen hit other industries like health care and manufacturing. We’ve already seen how Google Docs took the world by storm through free cloud-based software, forcing Microsoft to change its Office 365 business model. Cloud-based software is now the norm. Now, we’re about to see another software industry jolt.

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Are You Really Committed To Your Customer Experience?


My haircut is very simple, all around the head with number 1. It has been like that since I was 18 years old. So sometimes I cut my hair myself, and most of the time I go to the barber if I’m not feeling like doing it myself.

Adaptation is the siren song of the innovator


Adaptation is the siren song of the innovator and it tells of how when confronted, we are are able to change and make something new. Employee Feedback Employee Experience

How To Create A Movement To Drive Transformation In Your Company Or Industry

Speaker: Greg Satell

Everybody has something they’d like to change, whether it is a problem in their organization, their industry, their community or society at large. But how can you get your ideas for change to take hold beyond a small circle of likeminded people? What you need is a cascade: small groups that are loosely connected but united by a common purpose. When they synchronize their collective behavior as networks, they become immensely powerful. A business model is disrupted, an industry is remade, the preceding order is no more and the world is transformed.

Our Intimacy with Technology Products

Rmukesh Gupta

Premise: We bought a robotic vacuum cleaner sometime back, one that keeps roaming around your home, around obstacles and vacuums the entire home by itself. You could also set a timer to decide when it will start the cleaning efforts.

It’s Not Just Semantics: Managing Outcomes Vs. Outputs


Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit at the Arsenal Contemporary Museum, Montreal. This post was originally published in Harvard Business Review (ages ago, but still relevant). It has been getting a lot of re-reading lately so I thought I’d repost it here.

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Working with start-ups? Be more successful at scouting the best ones

The Future Shapers

Scouting start-ups might sound like a glamorous job, but it is not always the case. There is a lot to consider on both sides and doing this successfully requires considerable know-how and expertise. Being a scout asks for careful consideration of many aspects.

Pulse of Innovation: Encouraging Risk, Navigating Uncertainty, and Embracing Failure


Every so often we ask our community to sound off on popular topics in innovation and share their best tips, tricks, and advice in hopes that their answers may inspire others in the field.

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Five Innovation Best Practices to Kick Off March

Innovation Leader

We released one video from Impact 2019 each week this month. We have also gathered five best practices from our February online coverage below

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How and Why You Should Elevate Your Vibration

Tullio Siragusa

How and Why You Should Elevate Your Vibration. Everything in the Universe is vibrating. Literally everything. Be it the tiny atoms within a rock or on the surface of the sun, everything is in constant vibration. Like all the tangible things, the intangibles vibrate too. Our thoughts, emotions, state of mind, all vibrate, thus possess energy. This energy is specific for every person and for every thought.

Building Healthy Innovation Ecosystems for Your Projects

Speaker: Nick Noreña, Innovation Coach and Advisor, Kromatic

In this webinar, Nick Noreña will walk through an Innovation Ecosystem Model that he and his team at Kromatic have developed to help investors, heads of product, teachers, and executives understand how they can best support innovation in their own ecosystem. He'll also go over metrics we can use to measure the health of our ecosystems as we build more resources for innovators.

Business Mindset Switches You Need to Make Before Your Launch

The Human Factor

As a business owner, your mindset can make or break your success. You know that you need to have tough skin to launch, maintain and grow a company, but is your mindset in the right place?

ISO 56002 - A Global Guide for Innovation Management


The first global standard for innovation management has arrived - ISO 56002, and as early as 2017 we reported in an article on the new ISO standard - formerly known as ISO 50501, a guideline for the promotion of innovation and innovation management systems in companies.

Tips To Help Reduce Costs In Business

The Human Factor

Costs in business are always mounting up and the more you loosen the purse strings, the more money gets spent. It’s important to remember to try and curb big or regular expenditures that could end up impacting the financial health of the business. Here are some tips to help reduce costs in business.

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Medical device innovation in 2020 and beyond


Who better to explain the future of medical device innovation? Xinova’s own medical device Jedi, Dr. Kate Stephenson is a Stanford University Mechanical Engineering PhD with over 20 years of design experience, 15 of those spent exclusively in new medical device products.

How to Solve 4 Common Challenges of Legacy Information Management

Speaker: Chris McLaughlin, Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Product Officer, Nuxeo

After 20 years of Enterprise Content Management (ECM), businesses still face many of the same challenges with finding and managing information. Join Chris McLaughlin, CMO and CPO of Nuxeo, as he examines four common business challenges that these legacy ECM systems pose and how they can be addressed with a more modern approach.

Ideas to Make Your Office a Sustainable Space

The Human Factor

source. Rebranding your image as an eco-friendly company can do wonders for your business, not only the environment. Showing concern for the environment can make a great impression on clients, and nowadays it doesn’t cut it just to recycle your waste in the government containers.

Squandering Time: How Many Hours to Support One Executive Team Meeting?

Michael Roberto

Source: Pixabay Michael Mankins, a partner in Bain & Company’s San Francisco office, published a short blog post for Harvard Business Review s everal years ago. Bob Sutton reminded us about the research this week on Twitter.