Enjoy it! Can consumers discover what they want in products and services by designing them? By Arie Goldshlager “It is in design that people find what they want. Furthermore, consumer involvement in product/service design almost always gets creative results. How to Pay People by Dan Ariely Most of the time, when you hire people […]
Can consumers discover what they want in products and services by designing them? By Arie Goldshlager
“It is in design that people find what they want. Furthermore, consumer involvement in product/service design almost always gets creative results.
How to Pay People by Dan Ariely
Most of the time, when you hire people you don’t want to specify exactly what they are to do and how much they would get paid—you don’t want to say if you do X you will get this much, and if you do Y you will get that much.
What is Intelligence? By Greg Satell
We know intelligence when we see it. Witty repartee at a cocktail party. Outstanding results on standardized tests. Winning the big prize on a quiz show.
The T-Model and Strategies for Hiring IA Practitioners: Part 1 by Nathaniel Davis
In 2004, UX design professional Peter Boersma suggested that information architecture was one of the many disciplines that come together to shape the multidisciplinary practice of user experience design for the Web.
Making the Most of Analogies by Peter Lloyd via Ralph-Ohr
It has happened to me. I know it has happened to you. You’re making a point in a political, philosophical, or personal argument. A brilliant analogy pops into your head and you use it, confident you will make your point.
Clay Shirky Says Good Collaboration is Structured Fighting by
Companies and projects focusing on large-scale collaboration might want to start thinking about collaboration in a new way. Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody closed out the second day ofLinuxCon North America 2011 with a contrarian look at collaboration. While many treat collaboration as a “love fest” or harmonious interaction, Shirky put forward the idea that productive methods of fighting are the most successful, particularly in open source.
3 Fascinating Facts About Our Brilliant Brains by Margarita Tarrakovsky
Our brains do a lot of work behind the scenes to help us function and thrive. But we largely know this already.
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Enjoy it! Reinventing Management – A Process by Deb Mills-Scofield As we look around us, 20th C regimes, institutions and businesses are failing. It seems everyone is writing a book on management needs to change. Unlocking your creativity to fulfill your personal vision by Jorge Barba I love this! Talk about freeing your mind, […]
Reinventing Management – A Process by Deb Mills-Scofield
As we look around us, 20th C regimes, institutions and businesses are failing. It seems everyone is writing a book on management needs to change.
Unlocking your creativity to fulfill your personal vision by Jorge Barba
I love this! Talk about freeing your mind, here’s a high powered conversation you don’t want to miss…
Building Creative Collaboration by Greg Satell
Soft power, noted Joseph Nye, is the power to get what you want without coercion. That’s a good kind of power to have, but hard to define. Nye argues that it is a combination of lots of things, like economic success, technological prowess, good governance, lack of corruption, etc.
A lesson about (de)motivating employees by Dan Ariely via @ralph_ohr
A few months ago an ex-student of mine, who was at the time working for a big software company, contacted me and asked me to meet with her and her team later in the summer.
Taking Work-Life Balance By The Horns by Judy Martin
A colleague recently told me she was suffering from anxiety about heading back to work, after a week off. In gory detail, she described a nightmare in which her manager littered her office with big black hairy spiders. Pretty much how she feels at work, she effused. “The creepy crawlies never seem to go away.”
I am a Knowledge Worker and a Serendipity Hippie by Riitta Raesmaa
Last weekend I attended Professor Esa Saarinen’s seminar, and as always I was touched and inspired by his thinking. Few days earlier futurist Jarno M. Koponen wrote a beautiful blog post about creative future thinking. Both of these gentlemen touched on a question I’ve been thinking lately:
What metrics should we apply for open innovation? By Stefan Lindegaard
I hear more and more requests on how to apply metrics to open innovation.
Personally, I do not really believe in metrics. The innovation community (companies, consultants and academics) has tried this for the last 20 years on innovation in general, but no success.
The Next Time You Pick Up The Phone To Call A Customer Service Agent You Might End Up Talking To An Inmate In Tijar, India by Idris Mootee
Global customer servicing outsourcing is touching us everyday and sometimes you don’t know who you’re talking to on the phone or online when you call your service provider.
Is Open Innovation Sustainable? Video Interview with Henry Chesbrough
Professor Henry Chesbrough speaks with Gary Hamel,Visiting Professor of Strategic and International Management at the London Business School and Director of the Management Lab.
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I think reading is fun! Enjoy it! The Power of Co-Creation by Terry Kosdrosky via @ariegoldshlager A Q&A with marketing professor Venkat Ramaswamy. The traditional goods-and-services model of business is getting a makeover. Shoe companies, fashion houses — even cement companies — increasingly are engaged with customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders in a quest to […]
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The Power of Co-Creation by Terry Kosdrosky via @ariegoldshlager
A Q&A with marketing professor Venkat Ramaswamy.
The traditional goods-and-services model of business is getting a makeover. Shoe companies, fashion houses — even cement companies — increasingly are engaged with customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders in a quest to co-create value.
Prepare for the unexpected by Jorge Barba
Imagine that you are a pilot and you have to fly through a 5 mile canyon upside down. It’s actually kind of hard to imagine because it’s not something you’re trained to do but it’s something that could happen in a real life situation.
Innovation and Porter’s Value Chain by Jeffrey Phillips via @ralph_ohr
I’m reviewing the relationship between a number of tried and true strategic management models and innovation, to see if those models and concepts hold up under the increasing importance of innovation.
Great Quotes on Open Innovation by Psion by Stefan Lindegaard
I just went through the tweets from our recent Twitter Chat with the executives from Psion and I found some great quotes worth sharing.
Seek Conflicting Views to Improve Innovation by Tim Kastelle
Innovation occurs when we creatively connect ideas in new and novel ways. If we are trying to differentiate ourselves, or our organisation, we need to be able to do this well. One way to approach this is to consciously seek out viewpoints and information that we normally wouldn’t encounter, or which conflict with our normal world view.
There Is One Thing That Is In Common Between Apple And China. Both Are Unstoppable And Locomotives Of Innovation For The Future. By Idris Mootee
It is so fascinating that everywhere I go in China this week, people are trying to sell me the Chinese versions of iPhone, iPad and other iThings that Apple has yet invented.
Sex and Smart Phones by Dan Ariely
Popular online dating site OkCupid recently released some numbers users reported regarding their sex lives. One interesting correlation was between smart phone usage and number of sexual partners. As you see below, women iPhone users (at the age of 30) report having had 12.3 sexual partners, over twice as many as women Android users. Male smart phone users show a similar jump: from 6.0 sexual partners on Android to 10 on the iPhone. Blackberry users fall almost exactly in the middle.
Bad Is Stronger Than Good: Why Good Bosses Eliminate the Negative First by Bob Sutton
Of all the tunes in the Johnny Mercer songbook, the most generally beloved must be “Accentuate the Positive” — whether your favorite cover is Bing Crosby’s, Willie Nelson’s, or someone else’s.
Stories Can Change the World by Saul Kaplan
“Facts are facts, but stories are who we are, how we learn, and what it all means.” My friend Alan Webber, Co-founder of Fast Company and author of Rules of Thumb, has it exactly right.
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