Category: Culture & Values

The danger of saying “we’re all innovators” is that it dilutes the role of the teams whose primary responsibility is innovation. Unless responsibility and accountability for innovation are clear, confusion and inefficiency will potentially inhibit the output; innovation is then in danger of becoming a diminished buzzword. Continue reading

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Many of us are aware that we live within an interconnected world, enabled by technology, yet how many of us realize the deep implications and enact the possibilities and opportunities this connectedness allows us? Continue reading

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What can you take away from the 2014 World Cup and apply to your business to bolster your innovation efforts? Continue reading

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Christian Senger, jefe de Systems & Technology y patrocinador de Contivation dice en la revista ContiIntern de la empresa Continental: “la plataforma de innovación Contivation se ocupa decisivamente de que de ideas nazcan productos”. Continue reading

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Innovation is serious business. The lifeblood of your company depends on your ability to serve the changing world with new products and services while continuing to generate profits. What does this have to do with comedy? Turns out there are a lot of similarities. Continue reading

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US Automotive Industry Needs an Innovation & Value Wakeup Call!

Ford, GM and Chrysler are not getting it… they missed the opportunity to learn and to make the strategic shift in their DNA from cost to value. Continue reading

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Innovation is a Workless Future

On average someone works about 200 days a year. As more and more of our workload becomes automated, made redundant by new technology, the number of work days will fall, basic necessities like food and health care provided as a human right. What will we do with all this free time? Continue reading

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