September, 2010

So You Wanna Build a Library, Eh?

Boxes and Arrows

The following article is an abridged version of Chapter 7 of Nathan Curtis’s 2009 book, Modular Web Design published by New Riders. The book’s first half addresses how to modularly break down your design, build it back up, and communicate in new and interesting ways.

Social entrepreneurship – philanthropy or business?

Innovation 360

Sweden was distinguished visit in the spring, by Richard Branson, CSR’s new rock star and super-entrepreneur. Not only as a model for social responsibility – in his own special style, he has also taken the throne as a social entrepreneur with the now winged words “a business is a force for doing good” But what is social entrepreneurship really?

The Stranger's Long Neck

Boxes and Arrows

Show Time: 33 minutes 42 seconds. Download mp3 (audio only) Download m4a (with visuals, requires iTunes, Quicktime, or similar) Ireland’s Gerry McGovern shares a few of the key ideas in his recent publication The Stranger’s Long Neck – How to Deliver What Your Customers Really Want.

A new cool blog…

Innovation 360

A new cool blog about entrepreneurship is up – cretated by my angel college Gustaf Brandberg, have a look at [link]. Enjoy. Magnus. The post A new cool blog… appeared first on Home of Innovation. Blog Uncategorized

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.

Do you want to build Sweden’s leading HR-consultancy company!

Innovation 360

Today aligning firm’s capabilities with the strategic intent is crucial, defining and developing the organization’s sweet spot essential. It’s a lot of article about the subject in Harvard Business Review among other, a lot of insights gains from former experts on intellectual capital and knowledge management but the real value comes with aligning and implementing the insights in the firms line of sight. Through the whole organization releasing the power and full potential.