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!
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!
Philippe Silberzahn, a consultant, keynote speaker, and associate professor at EM Lyon Business School, works with large companies confronted to … More
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.
Benjamin Ott is a young innovator working at T3LGroup, a French SME who has a long tradition of developing new … More
Unfair advantage Sihem Jouini is Associate Professor and Director of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship major at HEC ExMBA, and a … More
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.
What is the Paris Accenture Innovation Center ? In a nutshell, a dizzying innovation team, acting in a tremendous place for creativity!
Albane Liger Belair, Accenture Paris Innovation Center Director, kindly walked me through this amazing space.
ISPIM, International Society for Professional Innovation Management, is a network of researchers, industrialists, consultants and public bodies who share an … More
Mike Irvine is the leader of Ricoh’s European Technology Centre. His team is responsible for bridging the gap between Customers business needs and the Ricoh engineering and development teams. I met with Mike at Barcelona Innovation summit, and was impressed by the presentation he delivered on customer driven innovation, and how Ricoh unfolds various ways to involve customers in its product roadmap. Mike kindly accepted to answer a few questions about it.
Aude Le Carpentier is in charge of Innov’Up Creativity, in the Service-Mail-Parcel sector of La Poste. She’s a 27 year-old manager of a team of 15 creative people, helping business teams to develop innovative services. Let’s dig in into her enthusiastic experience.
Emilie Ruiz is a researcher at IREGE, University Savoie Mont Blanc, France. Hereafter she shares some key lessons on how corporations can set-up a crowdinnovation platform, and when the various adoption factors matter along the process.
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a well known acronym for software distribution model in which applications are hosted by a vendor, and made available to customers over the Internet. Can this concept be applied to innovation? As a matter of fact, we see a growing number of initiatives where innovation endeavor is hosted outside the company.
Guillaume Villon de Benveniste is an innovation consultant, and blogger at the Innovation and Strategy blog. Herea are some chosen pieces from his book ‘Secrets from Silicon Valley’s Entrepreneurs.
Jean-Yves Maurel Corporate Innovation Director at Auchan Group tells us about the amazing Creative Expedition process that has been going on for some time now at Auchan.