Innovation organization doesn’t thrive without innovation culture: organization without culture is like a factory without raw materials; culture without organization doesn’t scale.
Innovation intent, Framing your innovation, Innovation and Design, Collective Intelligence, Triggering creativity, Innovation from elsewhere, Low-cost and Disruptive Innovation, Humanistic Innovation
Future Synthesist, foreseeing the future in our present, with Cecilia Tham
Future Synthesist, what an intriguing role! Cécilia Tham takes us in this journey to the future, so we can shape an enlightening present.
Ethnography and applied anthropology for innovation, and branding with Selva Gaberscek (Labbrand)
With Selva Gaberscek, we understand how ethnography and the understanding of imagineries builds the ground for meaningful innovation and branding.
Innovation in China with Fabernovel
How innovation in China differentiates from the US, and Europe? Brilliant Project Director Katherine Wang from Fabernovel helps us to understand what is at stake.
Atelier Louis Zero: Spot, Play, Go,… Zero!
Louis Zero is a strategic design workshop, and not a digital agency. Strategic design stands for shaping impactful products, services and business models. As a workshop, it’s open to all, from debates and meetings to playground for companies.
Centvingsept by Pixelis: a place for creativity, and branding for good
Le centvingsept by Pixelis is an organic and open place for change-makers for good from all over the world. Fanny Desbois, Madame l’Ambassadeur, explains Pixelis and le centvingtsept philosophy.
Wild is the Game: the art of facilitation
Wild is the Game tells us about the art of facilitation, and how to let creative workshops of 300 participants land into an actionable workplan.
Innovation Barcamp for Young Suburban Entrepreneurs
Giving the codes to young people from underprivileged districts, who want to start an innovation project.
From Poland to Portugal, Ewa Kopczynska, an innovation globetrotter
Ewa Kopczynska is an international project manager, and researcher in innovation and entrepreneurship fields: she’s a native from Poland, but she works in Portugal!
A manager’s guide to disruptive innovation by Philippe Silberzahn (2/2)
Interview part 2 of Philippe Silberzahn, author of A Managers’Guide to Disruptive Innovation, capitalizing on the various books of Clayton Christensen, and suggesting management adaptations to prepare your company for disruption!
A manager’s guide to disruptive innovation by Philippe Silberzahn (1/2)
Philippe Silberzahn, a consultant, keynote speaker, and associate professor at EM Lyon Business School, works with large companies confronted to … More
Design Sprint, 5 days for an innovation journey: is it speed or haste?
Using the three basic premises of Design Thinking – Immersion, Ideation and Prototyping – and leveraging the creation of a multidisciplinary environment, Design Sprint is emerging as new way for accelerated innovation, where speed andinnovation go hand in hand.
Innovation at SMEs: a story by Benjamin Ott, T3LGROUP
Benjamin Ott is a young innovator working at T3LGroup, a French SME who has a long tradition of developing new … More
Thinking out of the box with crowdsourcing, a conversation with Sihem Jouini
Unfair advantage Sihem Jouini is Associate Professor and Director of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship major at HEC ExMBA, and a … More
Gamification for innovation: cubification in action with Hélène Michel and Opopoï
Hélène Michel is a brilliant professor at Management School of Grenoble, with a PhD in Management, a strong experience in innovation and gamification. She tells us about her gamification approach for innovation, called Cubification, implemented within several companies with Opipoï, a young agency lead by Mathias Salanon.