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Unleash creativity, combining Social Innovation with Intelligent Things

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There are many examples where Intelligent Things embrace open innovation paths and collaborative design approach. One might actually ask: does Intelligent Thing have Social Innovation in its DNA, and what are the reasons for this relationship? How can we make Intelligent … Continue reading

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The rise of Social Innovation

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Social Innovation is happening through many forms. Strong drivers are here to last: new partnerships and revised value chains, user integration since early stage. The reverse loop from the user to the technology is involving an active collaborative design: users … Continue reading

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Towards a new model for innovation: “design inside”! An interview with Brigitte Borja de Mozota

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Brigitte Borja de Mozota believes that working with designers is what made her a better manager. Design in management is her life’s goal as she tries to prove, convince, and share with people the “joy of working with designers.” She … Continue reading

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“What Street Golf has to do with innovative design?” by Rodolphe Rosier, Innovation Expert

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Rodolphe Rosier is a proven Innovation Professional: he actually combines theoritical work through an academic thesis with innovation work on the ground at Axane, Air Liquide subsidiary dedicated to innvation, and Efficient Innovation, a consulting firm. He kindly accepted to … 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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The learning innovator (1/3)

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The learning company “The one common ingredient across successful and innovative organizations is the commitment to learning” claims Bradley Bendle in Learning cultures and innovation. Previously in 1973, Donald Schon linked the increasing change of our environment with the need for learning: “We … Continue reading

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Wandering from Intelligent Things to Smart TV

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The world of Intelligent Things Netexplo presented recently a meaningful conference related to the world of Intelligent Things. What is this world? Intelligent Things are objects which “become” intelligent because they connect to the Internet. At Lieu du Design, in a … Continue reading

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Innovation is cultural design

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Innovation has become a cultural object In our society, innovation has become a cultural achievement: addressing consumers  in-depth expectations, it echoes functional, statutory, and hedonistic aspirations: some people talk about reenchantement, deriving from reality to access dream. Are we talking here … Continue reading

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Creative innovation: individual leadership and collective intelligence, by Thomas Paris, HEC Professor of Management

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Thomas Paris is Professor of Management at HEC Business School (Managing creation, talents and networks classe) and researcher at GREGHEC. Graduate from Ecole Polytechnique in 1991, he completed a doctorate in 1999.  Thomas is more specifically focused on innovation management and … Continue reading

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“True innovators want to change people’s life” by Marc Giget, CEO of European Innovation Institute (1/2)

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Marc Giget  is a French expert in the field of innovation who enjoys an international reputation. A graduate from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences, EHESS) and Doctor of International Economics … Continue reading

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“Modern and open innovation is about combining science and creativity” by Gilles Garel, Innovation Management Chair at CNAM (2/2)

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Gilles Garel is tenured professor of the Chair of Innovation Management at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers and professor with teaching responsibilities at the Ecole polytechnique. Gilles  talked in the first part of this interview about the characteristics … Continue reading

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“Welcome to the era of intensive innovation” by Gilles Garel, Innovation Management Chair at CNAM (1/2)

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Gilles Garel is tenured professor of the Chair of Innovation Management at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers and professor with teaching responsibilities at the Ecole polytechnique. Gilles  conducts researches in the field of innovation and design management in … Continue reading

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Living innovation as a collective adventure

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Why team don’t work? “Why team don’t work”, an HBR interview with J. Richard Hackman by Diane Coutu, is a great and surprising article on team work: while everyone takes team work for granted, researches from Professor Hackman, the Edgar Pierce Professor of Social … 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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Inside the innovation engine: 4 “precious little things” to hold dear

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I’ve talked about the Smart TV project I have conducted for the past 2 years, SoTV, mentionning: how Smart TV has to centre around the viewer experience; what features I expected in our smart TV design; why Smart TV was … Continue reading