« How to bring digital innovation to university life ? » This is a question that has been on Gilles’ mind for the last several years. Today, universities are eager to improve their services to students, researchers, faculty, staff, businesses, as well as their neighbors. And, he selected several areas where there’s much to gain.
The last 25 years have seen momentous technological progress: the PC, the Internet, Smartphones, Tablets… This has transformed the way companies do business, the way managers work, the way consumers go about their daily lives. And, McKinsey expects that, by 2025, technological disruptions may create up to $40 trillion in new growth. One would expect that technological progress would be celebrated. This has indeed…
Recently, Nestor Gismondi and I talked about how to improve process productivity by 25% by introducing innovation into corporate processes. Today, Nestor shows how to further improve processes.
Companies according to Clayton Christensen, go through different maturity stages. The value of a company migrates as it goes through different stages.
How will the rise of E-education affect the way we manage our careers? Below is the conversation I had with Rémi Bollack, an expert in E-education.
Several days ago, I sat down with Rémi, CEO/founder of IFWE Partners, www.ifwepartners.com. Among the many subjects we covered was the relationship between innovation and performance, which is at the heart of the work that Rémi is conducting today. Performance is often defined in financial terms, but he believes in a different vision of corporate performance – one where immaterial assets play a more…
So far, I’ve explained what to listen to and how people think. Now I want to combine both of these elements to show that this combination can help anticipate and understand how people get to decisions.
A successful innovation improves things I have to get done in my daily life. In order to assess whether an innovation might be successful, the key is understanding how and if the innovation really changes our experience of doing something that we already do in our daily lives. Last week, I applied these criteria to Social Dynamite, a new blog content promotion service. I’ve…
Last week, I addressed the question of defining what successful innovation is. I came up with a list of criteria to assess whether an innovation is successful or not. Today, I want to apply these to criteria to Social Dynamite, a new service I’ve been using to promote my blog content. So here’s the question: is Social Dynamite a successful innovation?
Defining a successful innovation is a tough. Most attempts at defining what a successful innovation is emanate from innovation experts whether they are: innovation consultants for innovation decision-makers working in large companies financial analysts consumer groups that review and rate innovation product My attempt at defining a successful innovation is different.