Tag Archives: Innovation

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Start-up, find your accelerator coach (1/2)

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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! Continue reading

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Chief Digital Officer, pivot player of the digital transformation

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Companies are organizing in a hurry to take the lead on digital transformation, and are putting up a Chief Digital Officer to take responsability. What are the main tasks and issues of the CDO to guide the company to the digital realm? Continue reading

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Looking beyond Silicon Valley: 2014 SeedStarsWorld start-ups

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Start-ups selected by SeedStarsWorld for the final competition in Geneva have pretty much energy to spare. It just jumped out at you during the two days of mentoring I had the chance to complete there, within a team of experienced … Continue reading

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Open Innovation is not easy, but is facilitated in the digital world

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Hereafter is a short interview I completed with Dan Taylor, from Market Gravity, for his book on Innovation in Large Corporates, “which aims to help corporate entrepreneurs with practical advice and examples of overcoming the barriers out there”. Dan: In … Continue reading

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The principles of creative strategy, by Michel Saloff-Coste

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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. Continue reading

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New forms of innovation, by Michel Saloff-Coste

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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. Continue reading

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Talent wants to be free, an interview with Orly Lobel

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Orly Lobel is the author of “Talent Wants to Be Free” and a professor of Law at University of San Diego. ‘Talent wants to be free’ states that ‘motivation, relationships, and mobility’ are most important ingredients for successful innovation. Continue reading