jorge barba

Hello my friend, welcome to the Game-Changer. I’m your host Jorge Barba, an Innovation Insurgent.
You’re here because you’re interested in strategy and innovation. Let me set the agenda: To be strategic is to be unconventional.

CEO of The Big Bang Group, Technology Strategist and Advisor at Idoo Group, Board Member of Spaq Omni Corporation and President of the Innovation Cluster of Baja California, Mexico.

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Innovation, Leadership

Architecting the Invisible: Creating a Culture of Innovation

“Without order, nothing can exist. Without chaos, nothing can evolve”. Just found this is great talk by Greg Horowitt, Chief Evangelist and Co-Founder of T2 Venture Creation, about what it takes to create a culture of innovation. It’s about belief systems; both a mindset and heart-set. Therefore, what does it take to solve problems in the world? It’s your imagination, because often the knowledge to solve a new and different challenge doesn’t yet exist. Innovation…
entrepreneurship, Innovation

True innovators don’t have a culture that aims to please the boss

How many strategic plans look a little bit different from the year before? 99.9% do. When I say “a little bit different” I mean tighter strategies with incremental goals and objectives and more of the same activities as the year before. Yes, we’ve all seen this before. What’s ridiculous is that you may begin a strategy session thinking differently, but most everyone defaults to safe because “that’s not what the boss expects” when the time…
entrepreneurship, Innovation, Leadership

For innovation: More prototypes, less powerpoints

Radically better products don’t stand on the shoulder of giants, but on the shoulders of lots of iterations. The basis for success then, and for continual product excellence, is speed. – Eric Schmidt Indeed. Scrappy startups are known for acting with speed and conviction, while established organizations are slow and risk averse. When implemented well, speed and surprise are the ultimate equalizers. To achieve surprise, you need an unexpected idea first. Second, you need to…