Greg Satell on the discovery of useless things, engineering innovation, and making good on the connected age. Continue reading
Around 4% of innovation initiatives achieve their internally defined success criteria. Even worse, only 12% of research and development projects even return their capital cost! Continue reading
I used to fight the idea that more creative people go to startups. I didn’t see any reason why people would choose startup over mature companies (or vice versa) based on their own level of creativity. Continue reading
Unicorns Vs. Titans of Industry: How Fortune 500 approach technology innovation: An Indicative Research Report by Indicative’s Matt Levin. Continue reading
Although his comment was more about a personal gripe with me, I realized that hidden in it were two important points related to innovation. Continue reading
The Innovation Radar, developed by Mohanbir Sawhney, Robert C. Wolcott, and Inigo Arroniz, provides the initial 12 areas available for business innovation. By adding the business model to the list presents a holistic and comprehensive approach, yielding 13 dimensions an organization can review for innovation.
Geoff Nesnow finds it very interesting to look at the presidential race as a study in good and bad product marketing. Here are some examples. Continue reading