Author Archives: Braden Kelley

Five Free Nine Innovation Roles Gifts

I increasingly cringe every time I see a new article talking about someone’s innovator’s DNA or innovation personality, or other similar lines of thinking or frameworks that insinuate that people are either innovative or not, or that some people are more innovative than others. It’s just not true. I’m a firm believer that it’s not personalities that matter so much when it comes to innovation, it’s the roles that we play in making innovation happen (or not). Continue reading

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The Crowd Computing Revolution - Part Three

I am proud to bring you the final episode of the three part series on The Crowd Computing Revolution culminating in a downloadable PDF of the whole piece. In this final part of the series we will look at the more practical side of the redesign of work that is now possible thanks to new technology tools and business architecture thinking that will allow man and machine to work more efficiently together than ever before. Continue reading

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The Crowd Computing Revolution - Part Two

I am proud to bring you the second episode of The Crowd Computing Revolution from this three part series culminating in a downloadable PDF of the whole piece. In this episode we continue to investigate the redesign of work that is now possible thanks to new technology tools and business architecture thinking that will allow man and machine to work more efficiently together than ever before. Continue reading

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My Top 10 Innovations of All Time

It is my contention that the pace of innovation accelerates when the speed of knowledge sharing accelerates, that knowledge acceleration leads to innovation acceleration. As we have developed more efficient ways of accelerating the pace of knowledge sharing, our pace of innovation has sped up. Continue reading

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The Crowd Computing Revolution - Part One

I am proud to bring you the first episode in a three part series culminating in a downloadable PDF of the whole piece on The Crowd Computing Revolution and the redesign of work that is now possible thanks to new technology tools and business architecture thinking that will allow man and machine to work more efficiently together than ever before. Continue reading

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Visualizing World Economic Forum Outcomes

As the World Economic Forum 2013 comes to a close I came across a BusinessWeek article that had the graphic below that made me laugh. But with all of the attention that gets paid to what goes on in Davos, does anything beneficial for the world really come out of it? Continue reading

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Using Gravity to Save and Improve Lives

I came across an IndieGogo project that is focused on building and trialing a gravity-powered power station that can serve either as a lantern or as a flexible power source that can be used to power a task light, recharge batteries, or potentially other things that users might dream up that the designers can’t yet imagine. Continue reading

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