Archive for: July, 2012

New innovation challenge: From managing complexity to facilitating simplicity

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 make this as simple as possible. (At the moment all I have is a mock-up, no live app)

Hold on, don’t leave yet. This is not a post about my idea, although it kind of is 🙂

Innovation must reads of the week: 10 common innovation inhibitors

Innovation must reads of the week: Why open source principles are a recipe for innovation

Storified by Jorge Barba · Sat, Jul 28 2012 17:58:50

Must-read – “@sorenkaplan: New Article on Leading disruptive #innovation – Ivey Business Journal:”Ralph-Christian Ohr
What’s your view on customers’ value to innovation? > There’s a spectrum, where are you on it? #scrm #cemHutch Carpenter
10 common inhibitors that keep organizations from innovating effectively Biz Review
RT @mackanic: Why Open-Source Principles Are a Recipe For Innovation – Forbes. Open sourcing, no code required
@forbes The Key Missing Ingredient In Leadership Today #stoos #radicalmanagement #agilestevedenning
Why your team won’t innovate Engagement, Empowerment and Strategic Clarity are required for #innovationJeffrey Phillips

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