Tag Archives: Change


Innovation management : Are start-ups free Incorporated ? by Sophie Cohendet

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Sophie Cohendet is passionate about management innovation. She is partner of LearnAssembly, a start-up who help companies to develop their entrepreneurial and digital culture. What parallels can we really do between a start-up and a free inc. ? is the point she develops here. Continue reading


Management Innovation: give management a new lease of life! by Sophie Cohendet

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In the current challenging and uncertain context, management innovation can be seen as the most powerful competitive advantage as it is in-depth shaping an unrivaled corporate identity, which cannot easily be copied. Continue reading


Blue Ocean for your innovation commitment

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New comers show tremendous initiatives: Spotify, Flavi, Netflix, Valve have successfully implemented flexible empowering organizations, and humanistic culture values. One might wonder which model to embrace. Blue Ocean approach gives us a few tips we can apply to craft your own strategy: tuning the level of key attributes of innovation value proposition. Continue reading


Low cost, high value: boarding pass to disruption! with Christophe Midler

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The common thought about competing with low-cost manufacturing countries is to go for higher-end products, powered by advanced technologies, and thus maintain substantial margins. Professor Christophe Midler does not buy it: in his latest book, “The Logan story, new directions … Continue reading


“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


Collaborative design, and the social TV case study

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The rising gap between exploration and development  Though innovation is supposed to process along the “rugby approach” defined by Professor Nonaka, innovation in large companies is more like a relay race. Innovation goes through successive handover from R&D and exploratory teams to development … Continue reading


“Strong innovation with a broad impact” by Marc Giget, CEO of European Innovation Institute (2/2)

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Marc Giget is a French expert in the field of innovation enjoying an international reputation. Below is the second part of the interview we conducted with him (interview part 1), where we focus on what organization set-up and  how to introduce … Continue reading