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Rapid Innovation breakthrough

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We often separate innovation management into organization and process. The strength of the Rapid Innovation model is that it adresses both innovation disciplines, organization and design process. The properties of what you design are further enabling organizational undertaking for innovation: designed thing changes the organization of innovation. Continue reading

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“Take your ideas faster to market” by Shomila Malik, Head of Enterprise Lab, Telefonica O2 UK

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Shomila Malik is Head of Enterprise Lab at Telefonica O2 UK. She has over 14 years experience in conception and delivery of creative mobile services for IBM, FT and Telefonica O2, blending business, technology, and innovation management. I was happy … Continue reading

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Orange’s ‘Blended TV’ and the impact of ‘social’ in television

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Lecture at Connected TV Summit 2012: TV viewing unfolds a myriad of habits Social TV is a game changer Social media makes the sparks fly at Orange Social TV component, a creative innovation approach

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Social TV makes the sparks fly at Orange

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I will be speaking at Connected TV Summit next Wednesday about “Orange’s ‘Blended TV’ and the impact of ‘social’ in television“. Following a previous interview with IPTV News by Jamie Beach last February, let’s come back on the uptake of … Continue reading

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Is there a Model for Rapid Innovation?

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Sharp innovation stemms from constant knowledge exchanges between technology, the markets, an innovation team, as well as other departments of the firm. The bigger you are, the more difficult it is to share active knowledge: how can we set-up a … Continue reading

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Elementary particles of innovation

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Harnessing collective intelligence to enhance your innovation can progress through different forms: open innovation, social innovation and user-led innovation, idea improvement program, business plan competition, collaborative design, strategic community networks, open source, … But how do these various initiatives converge … Continue reading

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Once the dust of Social TV hype settles, content recommendation will be changed forever (2/2)

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In this second part of the conversation (part I), Ben Schwarz, CEO, CTOi Consulting, and Nicolas Bry, Senior VP, Orange Vallee, continue their detailed analysis of how to harness Content Discovery and Social TV, and introduce the concept of Blended … Continue reading

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Let them hack your innovation!

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Thousands of different ways There are many ways to harness collective intelligence to enhance your innovation, and drive “hackers to explore the details of your innovation and stretch its capabilities”: open innovation, social innovation, collaborative design, open source,… Each of them … Continue reading

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Collaborative design, and the social TV case study

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The rising gap between exploration and development  Though innovation is supposed to process along the “rugby approach” defined by Professor Nonaka, innovation in large companies is more like a relay race. Innovation goes through successive handover from R&D and exploratory teams to development … Continue reading

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Unleashing Google norms, running the “rapid innovation” engine

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Sour criticism on Google innovation engine Google has been for years an innovation champion, but innovation often gets slower as you get bigger, even at Google! Some sour voices have started to raise, critizising Google unsuccess in their recent product … Continue reading

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Why rapid innovation matters… now!

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Is design speed something secondary compared to design elegance or  to great customer experience? Contemporaneous innovation leaves you no choice: it requires both, and speed is surely not to be neglected to engage the market, keep your brand powerful, and … Continue reading

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Imagine… the future innovation Operating System

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And now, Web 3.0 In this post, I would like to discuss how Web 3.0 changes innovation management: by providing sensors connecting in real time to users and partners for continuous cocretion, it leads to build a specific innovation Operating … Continue reading

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Rapid innovation, signs of movement

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A quick post to reflect some signs of innovation in movement those days: Glaxo (Hervé Gisserot, GlaxoSmithKline CEO) is redefining his R&D model, and setting-up small entities of 60-70 people; these entities have a 3 years roadmap which mean they … Continue reading

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Rapid innovation, a must-have in globalization time

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Fast innovation, why? In a globalized market, competitors from the other end of the world are close to you; they may even come from another industry and bring with them their own development cycles, shorter than yours: you have to … Continue reading