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Peut-on réguler démocratiquement l’innovation ? L’exemple des plantes transgéniques. Les nouveaux risques (et opportunités) des entreprises. The Secret of Innovative Companies: It Isn’t R&D. In rejecting the limiting belief that innovation is R&D’s job alone, leaders of highly innovative companies work hard to instill “innovation is everyone’s job” as a guiding organizational mission.
In this article, co-creators of Innovator’s Accelerator, Jeff Dyer and Hal Gregersen share insights and examples to follow in order to ensure innovation starts at the top and reaches the bottom of your organization. Innovation. It’s the lifeblood of our global economy and a strategic priority for virtually every CEO around the world. In fact, a recent IBM study of 1,500 CEOs identified creativity as the number-one “leadership competency” of the future. The power of innovative ideas to revolutionize industries and generate wealth is evident from history: Apple iPod outplays Sony Walkman, Starbucks’ beans and atmosphere drown traditional coffee shops, Skype uses a strategy of “free” to beat AT&T, and Southwest Airlines flies under the radar of American and Delta.
10 TED Talks to Help You Reimagine Your Business - Mitch Joel. By Mitch Joel | 11:00 AM February 27, 2013 It’s happening right now.
Thousands of very lucky individuals are seated in the Long Beach Performing Arts Center are at TED 2013. TED has become a brand name as they have uploaded their archive of 18-minute presentations from their exclusive annual event to TED.com. Originally available only online, the speeches are now distributed and broadcasted on TV, radio, podcasts and even on Netflix. Untitled. Les trois piliers de l’innovation. HCD Connect Methods. Vers une stagnation de l’innovation.
The Four Drivers of Geostrategy : 1) Demographic change. In a previous post, Milo argued that strategic thinking should begin at the level of Geostrategy (See Start with Geostrategy or call it tactics).
Geostrategy looks at how geopolitical factors inform, constrain, and affect business over the long term. For convenience, you can place these geopolitical drivers into four categories that interact, evolve and change over time: Demographics, Geography, Technology, and Culture. Innovation inversée et Jugaad, un changement de paradigme inspiré du Sud… Linking Mission to Strategy and Action. Ces sociétés qui innovent plus sans dépenser plus. Innovacs v2 6 recettes pour ne pas innover.pdf. Cité de la réussite 2012 - Innover pour apprendre, apprendre pour innover. A Capitalist’s Dilemma, Whoever Wins the Election. How Big Companies Can Save Innovation - Scott Anthony. By Scott Anthony | 10:00 AM September 3, 2012 In my latest Harvard Business Review article, “The New Corporate Garage,” I argue that we’re transitioning into a new age where forward-thinking corporations that blend entrepreneurial behaviors with existing capabilities can have massive impact.
The article is a call to arms for corporate innovators to seize the opportunities that only a big company can realize and to corporate leaders to ensure they create a culture conducive to transformational innovation and impact. Many still see large companies as the problem, not the solution. Ideo_hcd_toolkit_complete.pdf (Objet application/pdf) De l'innovation au kolkhoze capitaliste - Elmar Mock, Creaholic. Elmar Mock - On ne cueille pas de champignons sur l'autoroute. Les boucles locales d’innovation : la démocratie pour reterritorialiser la mondialisation.
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Open innovation. Programme de financement R&D Innovation. Experimentation. RH, Compétences humaines et innovation. Theorie de l'innovation / Innovation Theory. Uncertainty - Incertitude. Effectual thinking & Effectuation. Créativité, Conception innovante et génération d'idées. Business Model.
Innovación y management. Innovation. Innovation management. Global Collaboration Toolbox] Turning Waste into Value. Stephen Johnson’s excellent book Where Good Ideas Come From devotes a lot of ink (or pixels if you prefer the digital version) to the correlations between the way we innovate in business and culture and the patterns of innovation we find in biology.
“Nature’s innovations” he writes, “rely on spare parts” – they are based on “taking available resources and cobbling them together to create new uses”. We have known for some time that game-changing business innovations tend to be born the same way. In my book Innovation to the Core, I use the phrase “combinational chemistry” to describe the process of recombining insights, ideas, half-baked notions, competencies, concepts, technologies and assets to produce radical new breakthroughs. Unpack any successful innovation – from iPod to YouTube to eBay to Twitter – and you’ll find that it’s a recombinant mix of previously existing ideas and domains. What’s new in most cases is the mix itself. The Client Consultant Innovating Dilemma. In the UK there has been an excellent study looking specifically at the client and consulting relationships through the provision of innovation services.
It was published in October 2011 entitled “Management innovation in the UK consulting industry”, by Dr. Joe O’Mahoney, a Fellow at the Advanced Institute of Management and a Lecturer at Cardiff University and commissioned with the Institute of Consulting. The aim of the report is to stimulate consultancies to be more innovative and therefore add more value to their clients.
Innovation Culture Eats R&D for Breakfast. Research and development is a mainstay of the innovation strategy for companies.
And with good reason. R&D can invent new products and technologies that redefine markets. Think electricity, telephones, airplanes, semiconductors, the Internet. R&D can pave the way for whole new industries. Blogging Innovation » 38 Awesome Quotes on Change. “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” – Charles Darwin “Change before you have to.” – Jack Welch “People don’t resist change.
They resist being changed!” – Peter Senge “Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” – Leo Tolstoy “The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” – Albert Einstein “Nothing endures but change.” – Heraclitus “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” – Buckminster Fuller “Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. Top 10 Innovation Videos of 2011. Do you have a favorite innovation video? We asked you the global innovation community, to suggest videos for the Top 10 Innovation Videos of 2011. Many people did, and they had the chance to win some of the $3,650 worth of prizes up for grabs. Here are the Top 10 Innovation Videos of 2011 based on the submissions: If you don’t see your favorite here, you can submit it here.
Blogging Innovation » DMAIC for Innovation. Below is a rough draft of an article I wrote for the current issue iSixSigma magazine – to see the finished version – subscribe here. Can the popular Six Sigma framework be adapted to look at innovation? Much has been written about how a formal Six Sigma approach and a formal approach to innovation cannot co-exist. But is that really true? Ceosurvey-innovation.pdf (application/pdf Object) The Innovator’s Toolbox. Seven Tips for Developing Experimenting Skills Innovators engage in three types of experimenting to generate data and spark new insights: trying out new experiences, taking things apart, and testing ideas by creating prototypes and pilots.
Although questioning, observing, and networking are excellent for providing data about the past and present, experimenting is the best technique for generating data on what might work in the future.