Category Archives: Innovation

We seem to pass over distinctive innovation, why?

Originally posted on Paul4innovating's Blog:
I see so many suggestions on the types of innovation, actually I’ve offered a few myself, just go and take a look at http://cirf.pbworks.com for a different slant on this . For me,…

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Forming the unified view on innovation design

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Although we are seeing a number of cases where innovation in its structures, functions and design are evolving, we still have not achieved the mainstream recognition of innovations importance within the boardroom. In…

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The Hidden Human Dimension of Innovation

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Why do so many of us get fixated on new technologies, discoveries, inventions, the process, the structures, even the art of creativity within innovation? Certainly each of these have their important contributing part…

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The Accelerating Innovation Tide Across Asia.

Originally posted on Paul4innovating's Blog:
Asia is moving towards the remaking of the innovation landscape, I have no doubt about that. Over the next ten years or so, along with a number of other wealth generating activities, the…

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Establish a different global thinking for your innovation.

Originally posted on Paul4innovating's Blog:
When you read through a paper on transformative innovation by the Corporate Executive Board (CEB) at http://www.executiveboard.com that offers in its conclusion: “Innovation teams have been reorganized, de-layered, downsized, and (increasingly) dispersed, weakening…

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Determining our culture governs the greatness within our innovation efforts.

Originally posted on Paul4innovating's Blog:
Managing a fluid, rapidly changing culture that promotes innovation is complex. So often it is left to chance, left to individual experiment and interpretation, far too ad hoc in its design and progress.…

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The Amplified Individual needed for Innovation

Originally posted on Paul4innovating's Blog:
I have been reading a fascinating report compiled for Nesta (http://www.nesta.org.uk) entitled “Amplified Leicester- Impact on social capital and cohesion”, written by Thilo Boeck and Sue Thomas of De Montford University (http://www.dmu.ac.uk) As…

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