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What are the big unanswered, but answerable, questions when it comes to innovation?

This is the seventh of a series of weekly posts where I will answer a few common questions about innovation. Please feel free to add your own response. Also, if you have any questions you think we should discuss, let me know. Last week Michael Raynor, of Deloitte and author of  The Strategy Paradox, contacted […]

The Best of Game-Changer October 2012

Here’s a look back at the posts you liked the most in the month of October 2012: Innovation: You have to own it before you can do it Subtract to innovate 5 Basic principles of competitive advantage Tactics are superficial, strategy is deep How can my company use social networks for innovation? Don’t forget to […]

Innovation must reads of the week: The 6Ps of Radical Innovation for large companies

[View the story “Innovation must reads of the week: The 6Ps of Radical Innovation for large companies” on Storify] Innovation must reads of the week: The 6Ps of Radical Innovation for large companies Storified by Jorge Barba · Sat, Oct 27 2012 21:06:57 “I’ve not been able to find any correlation between well adopted innovation […]

The first innovation principle non-innovators must embrace

I’ve mentioned this before, but it is worth mentioning again: anything can be reimagined. And I think this is a key innovation principle non-innovators must embrace. In practice, what does this mean? For an example, read the text below: The ice cream scoop has gone through different iterations. Yet, it isn’t perfect. Why is that? […]

Innovation must reads of the week: Why focus groups kill innovation

[View the story “Innovation must reads of the week: Why focus groups kill innovation” on Storify] Innovation must reads of the week: Why focus groups kill innovation Storified by Jorge Barba · Sat, Oct 20 2012 13:08:50 New post at the intersection of #innovation, #complexity and #socbiz: Business Model Innovation as Wicked Problem – http://bit.ly/R2iavfRalph-Christian […]

How can my company use social networks for innovation?

This is the sixth of a series of weekly posts where I will answer a few common questions about innovation. Please feel free to add your own response. Also, if you have any questions you think we should discuss, let me know. Stefan Lindegaard published a blog post recently about how to use Linkedin for […]

10 ways Startup Weekend can help your company break barriers to innovation

This past weekend I participated in Startup Weekend Tijuana 2. Some people asked me why I was participating in SW since I was one of the Co-Organizers. Here are 10 reasons why your company should participate in Startup Weekend and break barriers to innovation: