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USI 2013, an event not to be missed

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Are you committed to an Information Technology that transforms our society? You should be part of the USI event on June 24 and 25, the singular meeting between Geeks and Bosses! This year’s conference will be structured around 4 comprehensive … Continue reading

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Is modular design the key to rapid innovation?

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In recent years, many firms have sped up their innovation processes, seeking to set-up a rapid innovation model. But can we protect the meaning and relevance of innovation while accelerating and increasing its impact? This is exactly the issue challenged … 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 (3/3)

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We have recalled some learning organization concepts and analyzed 3 innovation use cases in the two previous posts (The learning innovator 1/3 and 2/3). I would like now to unfold a draft “learning innovator’s” role, and the  way he could follow … Continue reading

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The learning innovator (2/3)

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We have reviewed some of the learning organization concepts, and a first case study in the previous post (The learning innovator 1/3). We go through two other innovation initiatives in this post, and come to  a few conclusions about the … 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