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Paolo Lorenzoni: Where Lean Startups and Design Thinking Meet - The Accelerators - WSJ

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Paolo Lorenzoni, Project Lead & Business Designer at IDEO: Many lean startup practitioners have a tendency to treat everything as “pivotable.” This can be dangerous because it turns lean startup into a mechanistic trial and error exercise. The lack of intent makes it easy to get lost. To avoid this fate, it's helpful to anchor lean techniques around an observed human need, which is supplied by design thinking...

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I write on creative leadership, innovation, business model innovation, best-selling authors and creative entrepreneurs. I’m looking for changemakers working on pushing corporate culture forward through creativity. On occasion, I write about stuff that doesn’t fit neatly into one of these categories. www.creativecorporateculture.com
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The Best Practices for Scrum Release Management - Agile Scrum

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Don't lose your Creativity and Your Inspiration - Creative Corporate Culture

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“ Don't lose your Creativity and Your Inspiration”
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, August 8, 9:45 PM

If we think like this in classrooms and encourage teachers' genius (Alfred North Whitehead), we might have the environments and students that can contribute. Play is serious business.

 

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Lessons From Sun Microsystems Creative Corporate Culture - Creative Corporate Culture

Lessons From Sun Microsystems Creative Corporate Culture - Creative Corporate Culture | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it
Lessons From Sun Microsystems Creative Corporate Culture Although Netscape’s recruitment video is decades old, it’s still relevant to this day. If you want to use it in your own company, it’s readily-available on YouTube and other video sharing websites. But if you simply want to get the core lessons from the interns, employees and Jim …
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Silicon Wadi : A National Effort - Creative Corporate Culture

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Gemba Kaizen as a Low Cost Approach to Management - Lean Six Sigma Belgium

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One of the first things you’d notice about Gemba Kaizen is that it differs wildly from the grand, innovative gestures that are all the rage now in the country
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How Your Business Model Dictates the Survival of Your Company - Business Model Academy

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Tools for Business Model Generation [video]

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Entrepreneur and business model innovator Alexander Osterwalder discusses dynamic, yet simple-to-use tools for visualizing, challenging and re-inventing business models. 


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Tomas Trejbal's curator insight, March 4, 3:14 AM

love the book... video definitely worth seeing...

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What is innovation - Creative Corporate Culture

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Innovation-You’re Doing It Wrong: How To Put Intuition And Ideas Before Tests And Analyses

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Douglas Van Praet describes how the unconscious and the emotional drive people, and how they, not tests, should drive the business of bringing ideas...

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Want to Be More Creative at Work? 7 Ideas to Help You Get Started

Want to Be More Creative at Work? 7 Ideas to Help You Get Started | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it
Does your company allow you to block off time in your work day for creativity—a time devoted to ideation, and not connected to a project that is currently in the works? (Hint: if you have no idea w...

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Why Most Of What We Know About Management Is Plain, Flat, Dead Wrong

Why Most Of What We Know About Management Is Plain, Flat, Dead Wrong | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it

We are in fact at the beginning of a set of gigantic changes in society, in which everything we do is being re-invented—how we live, how we work, how we play, how we communicate, even how we think and how we feel. At the heart of these changes is of course the Internet and its related technologies. We have already seen big changes. But the implications of it have only just begun.


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donhornsby's curator insight, January 31, 8:43 AM

(From the article): But it requires more than agility. It requires an agility that is tightly linked to empathy and a responsiveness to what customers want and need. That’s because the technology has not only empowered producers and entrepreneurs and given them more possibilities in terms of what they can produce.


Technology has also empowered customers. Globalization gave customers choices. The Internet gives customers instant access to reliable information as to what those choices are and an ability to communicate with other customers and mobilize support for what they collectively want.

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7 Predictions For The Future Of Work

7 Predictions For The Future Of Work | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it
We might not have holographic conference calls or teleporting commutes yet, but corporate anthropology can give us a realistic glimpse of our futures...

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Workers at all levels will need to market themselves through their social networks.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 15, 6:44 PM

We definitely need collaboration. What passes for it is collegiality and congeniality. Collaboration should have an edge where we can disagree in respectful ways and create effectively with the tension that arises.

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Business Modeling: How to Design and Implement a New Business Model ? - Business Model Academy

Business Modeling: How to Design and Implement a New Business Model ? - Business Model Academy | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it
Reinventing business and implementing new models are undertaken by organizations as these are seen as necessary catalysts for sustaining growth and development.
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Don't lose your Creativity and Your Inspiration - Creative Corporate Culture

Don't lose your Creativity and Your Inspiration - Creative Corporate Culture | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, August 8, 9:45 PM

If we think like this in classrooms and encourage teachers' genius (Alfred North Whitehead), we might have the environments and students that can contribute. Play is serious business.

 

@ivon_ehd1

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Brick by Brick: Inside Lego

Brick by Brick: Inside Lego | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it

Lego, the company known by kids and parents alike for its colorful building bricks, is hugely successful. Over the last four years it has enjoyed double-digit growth…..but, just ten years ago, the company was losing nearly a million dollars a day.

 

Bloomberg traveled to the company’s headquarters in Denmark to get a glimpse into Lego’s history, its production, its fans, the Lego family billionaires and the young boss who rebuilt one of the world’s most loved toy companies.


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Patricia D. Sadar - Career and Leadership Acceleration Coach's curator insight, April 23, 7:52 AM

Excellent case study with so many gold nuggets.  I have talked about this CEO in my blogs.  I love his philosophy of holding people accountable for not helping others and not asking for help. 

 

Hope you enjoy!

 

Until next time...PS - Live on Purpose!

Liz Weston's curator insight, October 21, 1:52 PM

We can never get enough of Lego. It's perfect for everyone - all ages, all interests and is great because it all works together so neatly. Their storage even works. Is there one type that's most popular in your house at the moment?

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Creativity exercises to improve your lateral thinking abilities - Creative Corporate Culture

Creativity exercises to improve your lateral thinking abilities - Creative Corporate Culture | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it
Here are some Creativity exercises to improve lateral thinking skills
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Ninja Innovation : Taking a Leaf Out of a Ninja’s Scroll - Killer Techniques for Entrepreneurs - Creative Corporate Culture

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How Innovation and Lean Management Work at Harley-Davidson - Lean Six Sigma Belgium

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Lean management to reduce waste at Harley-Davidson
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Silicon Valley’s acquisition fever is bad for innovation

Silicon Valley’s acquisition fever is bad for innovation | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it

It's become so common that we take it for granted: a start-up is born, raises venture capital, grows rapidly, and then is acquired in an 8-, and 9-, or even 10-figure deal. In recent years, Tumblr, Instagram, Waze, Yammer, and now WhatsApp have followed this path. In earlier years, the same thing happened to household names like YouTube and Skype.

It's not hard to see why the founders of these companies would have trouble turning down a billion dollars or more for their companies. But the fact that so many founders has said yes to those deals has been bad for Silicon Valley and the U.S. economy.


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5 Examples of Companies Innovating with Crowdsourcing

5 Examples of Companies Innovating with Crowdsourcing | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it

"The rapid exchange of data needed to maintain competitiveness demands access to multiple, fluid sources of information.  Crowdsourcing helps this happen."

        

Excerpts, 3 examples:
    

Anheuser-Busch (AB)– The world’s leading brewer, ...sought customer input to develop a brand more attuned to craft-beer tastes. Development of Black Crown, a golden amber lager, combined a competition between company-brewmasters with consumer suggestions and tastings; this project had more than 25,000 consumer-collaborators.

 

Coca-Cola– Coke now uses a more open business model, assuming an increasingly prominent position in corporate crowdsourcing. Its open-sourced “Shaping a Better Future” challenge asks entrepreneurs to create improvement-ventures for the project-hubs of youth employment, education, environment and health.

ucts more effectively, once again tying social media to co-creation.  

 

Unilever– Despite its globally-recognized and respected research staff and facilities, Unilever understands the value of collaboration with innovative partners from outside the firm. It seeks external contributions from anyone with useful input into such diverse project challenges as storing renewable energy, fighting viruses, reducing the quantity of sodium in food, creating cleaning-products that pollute less.

 

Click the title to see the full list of 5.

 

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, February 20, 4:42 PM

Here are some current, corporate examples of crowdsourcing, which is also finding its way to government and non-profits as well.   Some say that anything corporate, or having top-down management of the project or guidance from an external organisation for solely commercial constructs is not crowdsourcing.

Regardless, now that complex, adaptive systems has arrived as a part of the conversation, along with terms like  M4IS2  (Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making)  - crowdsourcing will have a chance to prove if it is a sign of our times, including concepts of creative destruction and reinvention. ~ D

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, February 26, 3:12 PM

Here are some current, corporate examples of crowdsourcing, which is also finding its way to government and non-profits as well.   Some say that anything corporate, or having top-down management of the project or guidance from an external organisation for solely commercial constructs is not crowdsourcing.

Regardless, now that complex, adaptive systems has arrived as a part of the conversation, along with terms like  M4IS2  (Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making)  - crowdsourcing will have a chance to prove if it is a sign of our times, including concepts of creative destruction and reinvention. ~ D

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Paolo Lorenzoni: Where Lean Startups and Design Thinking Meet - The Accelerators - WSJ

Paolo Lorenzoni: Where Lean Startups and Design Thinking Meet - The Accelerators - WSJ | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it
Paolo Lorenzoni, Project Lead & Business Designer at IDEO: Many lean startup practitioners have a tendency to treat everything as “pivotable.” This can be dangerous because it turns lean startup into a mechanistic trial and error exercise. The lack of intent makes it easy to get lost. To avoid this fate, it's helpful to anchor lean techniques around an observed human need, which is supplied by design thinking...

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The Open Office: Friend or Foe To Startup Success? - The Next Web

The Open Office: Friend or Foe To Startup Success? - The Next Web | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it
The number is probably much higher for startup companies which thrive on the ability of workers to collaborate and develop ideas together. Open offices aren't all headaches and wasted productivity, or they would have never ...

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10 of the Biggest Trends in Technology For 2014 | Damon M. Banks

10 of the Biggest Trends in Technology For 2014 | Damon M. Banks | Creativity and innovation | Scoop.it

I was fortunate to virtually connect with Neeraj Tewari to get an insider's look at the technology which is sure to continue taking the world by storm. On data privacy, the web of things, Ultra HD 4K, No-touch interfaces, 3-D printing, wearble Technology, Large cloud Services, Personal Cloud Services, Online Video Streaming, Social Networks that are IT policy friendly.

 

 


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