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Timeline of Emerging Science & Technology – An Interview with Richard Watson

A ‘first look’ conversation for the Innovation Excellence community! Richard Watson is an author, futurist and scenario planner who helps organizations to think further ahead. Lynda Koster interviews Richard about the new release of his “Timeline of Emerging Science & Technology”.
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The 21 Coolest Internet Of Things Gadgets

This presentation introduces the 21 coolest internet of things gadgets – connected smart devices you would want to own. Continue reading

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 Indiana Innovation - Attention from Salesforce and Beyond

Last year’s acquisition of Indianapolis’ ExactTarget by Salesforce for $2.5 billion helped Indiana get national attention, credibility and capital as becoming a center for innovation. 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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The Ladder Of Your Own Making

There’s a natural hierarchy to work. Your job, if you choose to accept it is to climb the ladder of hierarchy rung-by-rung. Here’s how to go about it: Continue reading

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The Future of the Customer Relationship

Customer relations are in transformation! Pre-sales, sales & after sales are changing at high speed. Companies need to figure out the current customer journey, the role of self service, their data strategy and much more. In April 2014 a global study was conducted.. Continue reading

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Occam’s Razor For Innovation

There are many flavors of innovation – incremental, disruptive, and seven flavors in between. And there is lots of argument about the level of innovation – mine’s radical and yours isn’t; that’s just improving what we already have; that’s too new – no one will ever buy it. Continue reading

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