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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 should go into the cloud, there is this gathering, if not overwhelming view, that the cloud will bring IT … Continue reading

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Learning favours the brave

The challenges we are facing today seem to be coming faster at us, more complex to decipher and then re-evaluate how we should respond. To achieve faster response we certainly need to educate the organization more than ever. We need … Continue reading

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Reducing confusion, promoting diffusion for new knowledge in innovation

The third and final part of exploring knowledge and education for innovation Part three – the value is in changing, doing and exchanging How are we going to engage more people within the innovation process? Getting people involved is getting … Continue reading

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The real value of knowledge exchange

Continuing in the series on knowledge and education for innovation. Part two – what needs to improve in innovation? I asked in the first part of this series of blogs –How do we advance the learning needed for innovation?  So … Continue reading

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What is your capacity for innovation really like?

In a series of articles I’d like to explore the value of knowledge and education for innovation. Part one –  an opener to innovation change How do we advance the learning needed for innovation? In my last article I wrote … Continue reading

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