This the seventeenth 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. One thing every innovator needs is access to people who can help him with [...]
The title of this post could have easily been titled “dare to go where no one goes” but to “go” you must first observe and then decide. And when I mean look, I literally mean observe. For example, look at the optical illusion below. Which horizontal line is the shortest? Your eyes will tell you [...]
. @jorgebarba@copyblogger Social media cause world of Critical Thinking to have flat or circular orbit? Re: copyblogger.com/critical-think… — Steve Koss (@SteveKoss) August 27, 2012 Here’s my answer Steve: It’s a circular orbit in every sense. It has made more obvious what we already know: Critical thinking is non-existent on the web. Or anywhere else for [...]
You know what’s cool? When you can get learning for free! Open Innovation Guru, Stefan Lindegaard, is sharing his two latest books with you for free: Social Media for Corporate Innovators and Entrepreneurs: Add Power to Your Innovation Efforts – This is an interesting book because I also believe social media is altering the way [...]
A few weeks ago I did pitch to a startup accelerator about a project I want to start. This project has to do with social media monitoring, or in my language, “a sense-maker”. One of the questions that was posed to me at end was: What will make this different? My response: I aim to [...]
I’ve been hitting on this topic for the last two weeks here and here. And, I think a trend is beginning to emerge from both sides of the ball. On the service provider side, employees attacking customers because they are unmotivated and frustrated with their own jobs. On the customer side, we are seeing customers [...]
According to a new report by the Economist Intelligence Unit, titled The next decade of Technology in Business, business leaders believe their companies customers will replace R&D as the main source of new product and service ideas by 2020.