Enjoy it! Innovation and Human Capabilities by Ralph-Christian Ohr John Steen wrote a series of posts on why experts and crowds usually miss disruptive innovation and how to use networks to tap expertise and knowledge. I’d like to expand these thoughts a bit more towards the question: what’s the role of human capabilities in […]
Innovation and Human Capabilities by Ralph-Christian Ohr
John Steen wrote a series of posts on why experts and crowds usually miss disruptive innovation and how to use networks to tap expertise and knowledge. I’d like to expand these thoughts a bit more towards the question: what’s the role of human capabilities in innovation? For elaboration, I’m going to combine two concepts I’ve recently come across:
Has Google jumped the innovation shark? by Jeffrey Phillips
I was thinking recently, with the demise of Google Wave, that it is entirely possible that Google has jumped the innovation shark. For those of you unfamiliar with the “jumped the shark” phrase, that harkens to a famous television show in the US.
Innovation. What Gives ? by Jorge Barba
Spotted this tweet a few minutes ago : # Innovation is rare. : millions of cookbooks Sold and read all with Practically The Same recipes. What Gives ?
Large-scale Solutions without Large-scale Organizations – #BIF6 by Andrea Meyer
Instead of trying to change large organizations, we can create new human-scale organizations that embody the needed changes and inspire passion. Micro-volunteering site Sparked.org, citizen site SeeClickFix and Fabien Cousteau’s PlantaFish point the way.
Don’t Let Others Steal Your Ideas, Another Cool Idea by Stefan Lindegaard
I recently learned about two cool projects on the intersection of open innovation, IPR and ideas. They are still in the early stages, but I think they have some potential and if you work on this intersection, you should definitely check them out.
Is It Time to Rethink the T-Shaped Designer? by Kevin McCullagh
At the recent DMI conference in London, Geoff Mulgan, once Tony Blair’s ex-strategy advisor and now a leading social entrepreneur, politely explained how ‘social designers’ had ‘entered his space’… and failed.
The Collaborative Organization: How to Make Employee Networks Really Work by Rob Cross, Peter Gray, Shirley Cunningham, Mark Showers and Robert J. Thomas
As information technology becomes increasingly critical within large, global organizations, chief information officers are being held to ever-higher performance standards.
So What Is Going On In Open Innovation In 2010? By Roland Harwood
Here at AngelNews we are convinced that a major platform for economic recovery will come from sustained engagement between very large corporates and their SME siblings.
Interaction Design Has An Important Role To Play In Our Future, It Has The Power To Transform Cultures by Idris Mootee
There is two articles on IC today, one on Inc. magazine and the other in Globe and Mail. We’re getting some good press coverage and we need to continue to make our story heard.
Boss Poop: A Morality Tale From Author Jonathan Littman by Bob Sutton
I have talked about author Jon Littman here before, as he has written a lot of books. He co-authored gems including The Art of Innovation, Ten Faces of Innovation, and most recently “I Hate People.”
Designing Effective Open Innovation Programs by Arie Goldshlager
1)Design Open Innovation Processes that facilitate long-term trust-based relationships
Have a nice week!
Why a CIO Isn’t by Paula Thornton Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer: What’s the difference? Sometimes one reports to the other. How accurate is the title, Chief Information Officer? Do they champion and defend the delivery of information? Really? FREE BOOK CHAPTER: Why Top Executives Do Not Get Innovation, Much Less Open Innovation – […]
Why a CIO Isn’t by Paula Thornton
Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer: What’s the difference? Sometimes one reports to the other. How accurate is the title, Chief Information Officer? Do they champion and defend the delivery of information? Really?
FREE BOOK CHAPTER: Why Top Executives Do Not Get Innovation, Much Less Open Innovation – and What to Do About It by Stefan Lindegaard
My book, The Open Innovation Revolution: Essentials, Roadblocks, and Leadership Skills hits the bookstores late May. As an appetizer, I am happy to provide you yet another chapter for free.
Innovation Failure Points: Evaluation, Selection and Prototyping by Jeffrey Phillips
Over the last week I’ve written several posts about the “failure points” of innovation, using the premise that failure is more instructive than than success, and that there are consistent points of failure in the innovation cycle.
Bad Attitudes Can Lead to Good Innovation by Paul Sloane
How can you build a team that is innovative, dynamic and capable of finding breakthroughs for tough problems? How can you avoid repeating dreary routines and find sparkling new ideas instead? One way is to make sure that among your solid citizens you have a good sprinkling of rebels.
Think Like a Biologist to be a Better Manager by Tim Kastelle
The first Archaeopteryx fossil was found in 1861, and it now resides in the Natural History Museum in London. It was an important find – two years after the publication of The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin, Archaeopteryx was the rarest of fossils, and one that was quite useful for Darwin’s theory – an intermediate form. Archaeopteryx very clearly shows the transition from dinosaurs to birds.
And, Via Ralph-Christian Ohr (Special thanks):
Together We Innovate By Rob Cross, Andrew Hargadon, Salvatore Parise and Robert J. Thomas
WHEN it comes to innovation, the myth of the lone genius dies hard.
Most companies continue to assume that innovation comes from that individual genius, or, at best, small, sequestered teams that vanish from sight and then return with big ideas. But the truth is most innovations are created through networks — groups of people working in concert.
The Best of Inspiring ideas – HSM
…Organizational DNA for strategic Innovation…
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- Transformar um chefe num líder com mentalidade de Design Thinking
- Interdisciplinaridade e a ciência de dados no caminho da inovação
- Não são analógicos, não são digitais…são pessoas!
- Abanar a dissonância cognitiva e abraçar a inovação
- O conhecimento tácito é um gatilho e uma alavanca para a inovação! Será verdade?
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