Category Archives: Molecules

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The growing need is to move innovation into the cloud.

As business organizations continue to struggle with the decision of ‘if and when’ and then ‘what’ within their systems and processes goes into the cloud, there is this gathering, if not overwhelming view, that the cloud will bring IT closer … Continue reading

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Asset Orchestration is Required for more Dynamic Innovation

We all should recognize the incredible power of “orchestration” that is needed in innovation to bring the initial idea into a final successful commercial concept. We have an ongoing need to create, extend and modify resources constantly and to achieve … Continue reading

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Building upon four key wealth creating pillars

Most rooms we enter have four sides; they provide the structure to build upon. Presently in many of our economies, particularly in the West, we are struggling to find real growth; we are limited on our wealth-creating possibilities. Why is … Continue reading

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Exploring Diffusion and Adoption for Innovation – Part 3

One of my favorite books is “Dealing with Darwin- how great companies innovate at every phase of their evolution” written by Geoffrey Moore. It is well worth a read. When you work through his other books and connected thinking of … Continue reading

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Exploring Diffusion and Adoption of Innovation – Part 2

The future within our engagements will determine diffusion and adoption It is all about letting go but also grabbing more at the same time, and then finding ‘it’. Technology has opened up the door to both scale and fragmentation and … Continue reading

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Exploring Diffusion and Adoption for Innovation – Part 1

According to Professor Clayton Christensen and drawn from his book “Seeing What’s Next: Using the Theories of Innovation to Predict Industry Change”, by Clayton M. Christensen, Scott D. Anthony, and Erik A. Roth published by Harvard Business School Press, the … Continue reading

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The Use of the Cynefin Model for Innovation

Firstly a very brief explanation of the Cynefin Model and why I find it highly valuable for innovation. Innovation has many characteristics of a complex adaptive system as I have crudely  attempted to explain here. The three primary states within … Continue reading

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