Charlotte Peleszezak is graduated in International business law and entrepreneurship from HEC Paris. Her professional thesis examined the link between … More
Fabrice Marsella is head of the Le Village by CA Paris or the village’s Mayor as they say! Benoît Bourdin is Deputy … More
Jeanne Bretecher is a young entrepreneur, who co-founded with Steven Bertal the agency Generation2, a new kind of consulting agency … More
When we think of innovation, the ideation part often comes first in mind. Then, the iphone story, and design thinking … More
ISPIM, International Society for Professional Innovation Management, is a network of researchers, industrialists, consultants and public bodies who share an … More
Victoria Mikhailova is an experienced leadership coach with multiple skills: situation understanding and intelligence, process communication, and emotional skills and … 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.
Sihem Jouini and Christophe Midler, heading the PIC Master at Polytechnique Engineering and HEC Business School, just published a book on ‘Innovation management and globalization’, encompassing the research work and internship experience of their students.
Let’s continue our accelerators’ tour with Numa, corporate accelerators Startinpost and Orange Fab, African Mest and iHub, and draw some selection criteria out of it.
Wether you are a start-up or a large corporation, finding your way in the realm of incubators and accelerators is not easy. Y Combinator, L’accélérateur, 50 Partners, let’s share some direct feedback with no waffle!
Innovation Ecosystem is a non-reproducible asset. You will find frugal ecosystems in South America, and vivid innovation in Austria, each has developed a singularity linked to its cultural ground, explains Michel Saloff
Michel explains here the pillars of creative strategy: a culture based on interaction as synergy, a management that relies on fulfillment of the group or of individuals, a system rewarding the capacity to respond in a creative, autonomous and critical manner, and a structure vergeing on alterity and innovation.
Michel Saloff-Coste is an international integral and global futurist. He describes here the new era of creation-communication, where meaning becomes central to innovation, as well as handling collaborative dynamics, and uniting external with internal.
Communication, marketing and innovation: an explosive cocktail for a powerful brand! Inès Dartiguenave examines 3 steps where communication and innovation can substantially benefit from each other.
“For you, to you” is being replaced by “With you, by you”. Enter the new play control initiated by the collaborative economy.