Hot Off The Crowd

FABERNOVEL is digging the gold out of the crowdfunding mine. Read on to find out more about the latest technological gems and trends that are emerging on our favorite crowdfunding platforms. Continue reading

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The idea that we all have the potential to innovate and it is not a special skill only few possess is the topic of this post. I have spoken with many people who default to the idea that innovation is something only the smartest or most original can achieve. As such, they tend to limit their thinking about innovation to the big examples which are most often referenced such as the iPhone or Facebook… Continue reading

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Requirements, Market Research, Entertainment, and the Art of the Possible

A series of personal innovation stories from a new book by Luis Solis, “Innovation Alchemists: what every CEO needs to know to hire the right Chief Innovation Officer”. Today’s chapter comes from Scott Williams who is CEO and Founder of Maga Design Visual Information Mapping. Continue reading

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 The Critical Missing Component for Innovation Success is...

Police dramas often focus on three key aspects of a crime: means, motive and opportunity. If one or more of these are missing or can’t be discovered, the chances of solving a crime are bleak. These are some of the “critical” components to solving a crime. Similarly, innovation has some “critical” components that in our experience are often incomplete, if not completely absent. Continue reading

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The cocreation effect francisgouillart.com

While innovation is the brand’s lung, co-creation is the cornerstone to nurture the relationship between brand and community. Continue reading

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How can a competitor launch an iPhone before Apple?

We live in an amazing age. An era when barriers to entry and barriers to scale sometimes seem to decreasing faster than the size of semiconductors. If Moore’s law states that the number of transistors per square inch doubles approximately every two years, what would you call the similar increase in speed to scale that has emerged over the past decade? Continue reading

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Business Strategy Needs a Big Shift

Business strategy has evolved dramatically over the past four decades in response to the Big Shift that is re-shaping our global business landscape. We’re on the cusp of yet another shift that will determine who wins and who loses in the years ahead. We’ve recently been exploring some key elements required to escape from the dark side of technology: passion, institutional innovation and movements shaped by narratives. Continue reading

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