Monthly Archives: February 2011

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“What makes Silicon Valley so special for digital innovation?” Insights by Georges Nahon, Orange San Francisco

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Georges Nahon is Corporate Vice President North America at Orange and CEO at Orange Labs San Francisco. He has developed a strong track record in innovation, managing 70 people at Orange Labs, involving various skills such as scientists, engineers, sociologists, … Continue reading

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Give your projects a jewellery case: manage your innovation portfolio

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Strategy is about resource allocation. So is innovation, and portfolio management (PM) is one proper practice of investing resource according to your innovation strategy. Robert G. Cooper is a master in portfolio management. He has defined 10 best practices and … Continue reading

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Mobile video and video mobile: a “slight” difference

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Last Thursday I attended the 6th Mobile Film Festival organized by passionate and friendly Bruno Smadja. The challenge is as follows: you have 1′ to shoot a motion picture using a mobile camera. A selection of 50 “1′ movies” was … Continue reading

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Implementing a “rapid innovation” entity: timeline

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For Vijay Govindarajan, there is no doubt: “Innovation cannot happen inside the performance engine, so it requires a dedicated innovation team. Every time you start a new innovation initiative — which the performance engine cannot do because of its limits … Continue reading

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Will my smart TV undoubtely be transmedia ?

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3 years ago, I posted a few thoughts about IPTV, echoing positive feedback from customers on our “TV on-demand” service: IPTV, the television of the 21st century! I spoke there about IPTV 2 radical diffentiators: – IPTV establishes a unique … Continue reading