What do Fedex, the Pope and the Fosbury Flop have in Common? The answer is not just that they’re all iconic disruptors in their own right. The answer may well go deeper and address our collective yearnings for positive disruption, what it takes to productively embrace, and make disruptive innovation happen , without decimating or getting decimated by it. Innovation Excellence is pleased to announced our newest exclusive online content series:
DISRUPTING Disruptive Innovation: Lessons from the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards starting Thursday January 29 at 1 p.m. eastern.
The major flat screen television manufacturers are scared that people are not going to buy their new sets because they don’t have a reason to upgrade. And they’re right. Find out why. Continue reading
My work with EMC TV has me thinking a lot about the role of video in the innovation process. EMC developed an innovative new technology (VPLEX) that can simultaneously (and instantly) synchronize online transactions to two separate geographic locations. In addition to this synchronization, each location is “active / active”, meaning that the data is fully accessible on both sides (which is extremely hard to do). Continue reading
In this article we’ll look at invention versus innovation, the worst five inventions ever shown on Dragon’s Den and Shark Tank, and how you can ensure your innovation doesn’t suffer the same fate. Continue reading
Patent searching, filing and policing is rapidly becoming a drag on organizations’ resources and agility. The likes of Apple and Samsung only manage to neutralize each other in epic but ultimately no-value-adding battles.. Continue reading