Monthly Archives: August 2010

The argument for a National Innovation Institute

Further to my last blog post on a need for a National Ministry of Innovation, I’d like to expand on this further as I’m presently here in Singapore and feel this is even more topical. Always Singapore provides you with … Continue reading

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A Need for a Ministry of Innovation

I am presently busy preparing for a visit to Singapore. I balance my time between Switzerland and Singapore as my business base and as they are ranked 1 & 3 in the WEF’s Global Competitive Index, it is sometimes hard … Continue reading

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A Formula for Sustaining Competitive Advantage through Innovation

A formula for sustaining competitive advantage through a structured innovation framework Continue reading

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The Amplified Individual needed for Innovation

Amplified Individuals for Innovation have four important characteristics. Continue reading

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The yin yang of innovation

Recognizing its dual force Scholars tell us that there are two natural complementary, yet contradictory forces at work within our universe. The Chinese call these ‘Yin Yang’. Yin is regarded as more passive, receptive, more outside-in, whereas Yang is more … Continue reading

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Exnovation’s place in the innovation life cycle

I was some time back reminded about the term “exnovation” in an interim report prepared for NESTA by the City University, London and the Work Psychology Group entitled “Characteristics & Behaviours of Innovative People in Organizations.” Exnovation is if you … Continue reading

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The real desperate need for innovation

A desperate need for social innovation is where we should focus our energies. Continue reading

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