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The first sketch of Twitter. Just Imagine!

The first sketch of Twitter. Just Imagine! | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it

This is twitter, when it all started as an idea. Jack Dorsey's Notepad. 


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Enterprise Architecture mantra: "If you can't draw it, you don't understand it"



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Paul Aneja - eTrends's curator insight, February 8, 2014 7:30 PM

New ideas are powerful that lead to innovation and new technologies. 

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What's Your Innovation ROI ?

What's Your Innovation ROI ? | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
“A simple ROI calculation ignores one very important component to startup success: the time value of money.”
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Even Better Than ROI: Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
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How Blockchain Technology Can Reinvent The Power Grid

How Blockchain Technology Can Reinvent The Power Grid | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
By using blockchain technology, the Internet of Things is reinventing the power grid and challenging the regulated utility model.
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Le deep learning — Science étonnante #27

Le deep learning, une technique qui révolutionne l'intelligence artificielle...et bientôt notre quotidien ! 

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Vous entendez parler du deep learning, mais vous n’en avez pas encore compris la profondeur ? Cette vidéo est faite pour vous !

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The eight essentials of innovation | McKinsey & Company

The eight essentials of innovation | McKinsey & Company | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
Strategic and organizational factors are what separate successful big-company innovators from the rest of the field.
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4 Ways to Be an Innovative Leader in a Conventional Industry 

4 Ways to Be an Innovative Leader in a Conventional Industry  | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it

Startups and new technologies are popping up constantly. Geographic limitations are being lifted as nearly everything becomes globally connected. The explosion of data — and the associated potential for analytics — has changed the playing field on which companies compete.


All industries must continue to innovate and improve to keep up. Let’s embrace change, collaborate, and empower our more conventional industries to move forward.


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Here are some ways leaders can spark innovation in any industry:


Start small. Pick a specific area of interest. Find the smallest aspect of that specific area you can practically adjust, and modify it for the better. Be prepared to use what you learn from that effort to expand to larger areas until you’ve built the momentum necessary for broader change.
Build empathy for both direct and indirect customers. What goals are they trying to achieve in the small area you’re focused on? What do they like and dislike? What are the unintended consequences of their current ways of operating? Whose needs are not being adequately met? Understand the pain points so you can identify a way to help.
Iterate. A minimum viable product is one that “maximize[s] validated learning for the least amount of effort.” Use rapid iterations to make your product better. Always involve your customers in the iterative expansions by keeping them front and center so you build what they need.
Be patient. Understand that idea adoption takes time, and be careful not to waste it. Spend your energy where it will have the greatest effect. Work toward understanding both hesitations and interests so you can find the driving force behind innovation adoption. And, above all, look for opportunities where people are the most anxious for a solution

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Do or die: reinventing business models for the digital world [Part 3 of 3]

Do or die: reinventing business models for the digital world [Part 3 of 3] | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
In this third, and final installment, we will investigate how companies in the crosshairs can build a plan to become bigger (smarter) and stronger (quicker). 
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What is the difference between incumbents like Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook that makes them better equipped to battle digital threats in their industry? Two traits:

  1. Agility and analysis capabilities to detect and solve customer challenges.
  2. Commitment to empowering (and funding) the workforce to implement new ideas and innovations.
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Do or die: reinventing business models for the digital world [Part 1 of 3]

Do or die: reinventing business models for the digital world [Part 1 of 3] | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it

One thing is certain: the rising access to capital, matched only by the height of the dot-com boom, allows the challengers of today to scale digital, disruptive products faster than ever before keeping incumbents like Amazon feeling the risk of disruption.

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Same game, new rules


Innovative startups and their venture capital counterparts have been around for quite some time, allocating capital to grow ideas into business, but the recent shift in funding (coupled with the increasingly digital and connected world) have changed the rules of competition.

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19 Innovation Metrics

19 Innovation Metrics | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
How to measure innovation including early stage, late stage and overall program metrics.
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Innovation metrics are techniques for measuring the innovation efforts of an organization. Here is the list:

  1. Cost Improvement Rate
  2. Development Pipeline
  3. Experiment Cycle Time
  4. Experiments
  5. Growth Gap
  6. Idea Breadth
  7. Idea Depth
  8. Idea Generation
  9. Idea Selection
  10. Innovation Compensation
  11. Innovation Overhead
  12. New Patents
  13. New Products
  14. New Revenue Rate
  15. Project Risk
  16. Return On Investment
  17. Sustainability Metrics
  18. Time to Market
  19. Time to Volume
You can relate to the following article to categorize each of these 19 metrics.
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Design Thinking: Develop Design sensibility

The key to design thinking is to balance design methods and design sensibilities.

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JTBD Meetup #8: Conducting Retrospective Jobs-To-Be-Done Interviews

What made people purchase a certain product or subscribe to a service? What made them abandon one offering and switch to another? By conducting retrospective i…

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Explore the Future of Consumer Devices - Smarter With Gartner

Explore the Future of Consumer Devices - Smarter With Gartner | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it

Gartner Hype Cycle shows consumer technology including bluetooth beacons, drones and smart fabrics that might not be on CIOs’ radar screens — yet.


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Trends - Gartner's vision when it comes to current and emerging technologies and when will they reach the expected benefits against the length of time we expect it to take for each to reach mainstream adoption.
Must read!

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Les technologies disruptives de demain

Les technologies disruptives de demain | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
“ Pour la quatrième année consécutive, KPMG a interrogé 832 dirigeants d'entreprises technologiques (start-up, PME-ETI et grands groupes) dans le monde ainsi que des fonds de capital-risque et des investisseurs spécialisés, sur leur vision de l'innovation technologique.”
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Uber's Business Model

“These slides use concepts from my (Jeff Funk) course entitled Biz Models for Hi-Tech Products to analyze the business model for Uber’s taxi service. Uber’s…”
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Ian Harris's curator insight, December 27, 2015 11:52 PM

Excellent info on Uber's business model. Worthy of a read if you are into business models.

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How Innovators Think

How Innovators Think | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it

How Innovators Think is a project to identify and research the patterns in the thinking of the world’s top innovators, to find out how it differs from that of non-innovators.


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What prevents individuals and organizations from innovating is their mindset.

Being innovative requires a deep understanding of the world we live in. Innovators should not fall into traps such as thinking that "everybody loves innovation" or "innovation is easy"... This article gives the 2 side of the coin, when it comes to innovation, for the innovators and the non-innovators.

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Production begins on a REAL hoverboard

Production begins on a REAL hoverboard | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
When it was first announced at the end of last year, the hovering ArcaBoard was viewed with skepticism by many people. Since then, however, the device has been publicly demonstrated – and it has now reportedly entered production.

For details on just how the ArcaBoard works, check out our original article.

What it boils down to is 272 hp and 430 lb (1,913 N) of thrust being generated by 36 high-power electric ducted fans. This can levitate a standing 110-kg (243-lb) human passenger up to an altitude of 20 inches (50 cm), moving them horizontally at a top speed of 20 km/h (12.5 mph) – although only for about six minutes, or a range of about 2 km (a little over a mile). After that, the battery has to be recharged for 35 minutes, or an optional extra battery can be swapped in on the spot.

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They did it! Waou!!!!

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The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World’s Most Secretive Startup

The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World’s Most Secretive Startup | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
“The world’s hottest startup isn’t located in Silicon Valley—it’s in suburban Florida. KEVIN KELLY explores what Magic Leap’s mind-bending technology tells us about the future of virtual reality.”
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Mixed Reality is much more promissing than Virtual Reality... My belief is that Mixed Reality will really revolutionize our perception of the world and our interactions with people. While companies around the world are encouraging people to work from home (reducing companies' expenses when it comes to facilities), Mixed Reality could be a real enabler for people to work together from distance. 

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Jim Lerman's curator insight, April 20, 6:13 PM

The news about VR just keeps getting better and better.

Jim Lerman's curator insight, May 2, 8:06 PM

This article from May 2016 WIRED is a must read!

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Qu'est-ce qu'un «Ubérisateur»?

Qu'est-ce qu'un «Ubérisateur»? | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
Quels sont les nouveaux modèles qui se cachent derrière l'ubérisation? Un Observatoire détaille les process clés de ces nouveaux acteurs.
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Ne pas confondre: 

  • UBERISATION et DIGITALISATION

 

Ne pas confondre:

  • UBERISATION / COLLABORATIF / Économie du partage

 

Très bon article qui expose les propriétés et différences de ces différents concepts.

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Goodyear réinvente la roue

Goodyear réinvente la roue | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
Au Salon de Genève, Goodyear a présenté ses nouveaux pneus, et ils seront ronds, ce sont les Eagle 360. Découvrez-les pneus sans essieux des futures voitures autonomes !
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gabrielle mendes's curator insight, March 11, 5:20 PM
L'une des plus grandes inventions de l'histoire de l'humanité en passe d'être repensée.
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Do or die: reinventing business models for the digital world [Part 2 of 3]

Do or die: reinventing business models for the digital world [Part 2 of 3] | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it

A brand once associated with family entertainment and a cozy Saturday night in is now a prime example of an incumbent unseeded by digital disruption. Of course, that brand is Blockbuster. Netflix, the disruptor, has become such a force that it has become a millennial colloquialism – “Netflix?” is now synonymous with entertainment.

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Columbia Business School professor Rita Gunter McGrath shows through her research, companies like Blockbuster certainly can see it coming if they track three key signals:

  1. Boldness of innovation
  2. Emerging innovative substitutes
  3. Financial performance
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Journées de l'Innovation EDF R&D | Facilitation Graphique

Journées de l'Innovation EDF R&D | Facilitation Graphique | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
“ Comment gérer l’innovation en entreprise? Quels sont les principes et conditions favorable pour innover? Innovation versus Recherche & Développement, quelles différences? Quels obstacles culturels et structurels à l innovation? Les grosses entreprises sont elles en capacité d’innover? Quelles relations construire entre les start-ups et les grosses entreprises pour favoriser l’innovation?…”
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The Benefits of Being Curious |

The Benefits of Being Curious | | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it

"Evidence continues to emerge about the benefits of being a curious, interested person. Curious people tend to experience greater satisfaction with their lives, greater cognitive ability and increased memory function. Check out our latest infographic below for more information on the benefits of being curious."


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 18, 2015 8:29 AM

Curiosity. What makes a learner curious? This infographic looks at this and includes the following sections:

* What we Know About Curiosity?

* Famously Curious People

* Curiosity: Good for the Mind and The Soul

* Feed Your Curiosity...Feed Your Brain

* The Curious Mind on Overload

As we work with our learners it is important to include activities that will ignite their curiosity. In all likelihood they will be more engaged with their work and be open to learning, asking questions and more. This infographic packs quite a bit of information into one visual piece.

sherri jarrett's curator insight, July 30, 2015 10:02 AM

Curiosity. What makes a learner curious? This infographic looks at this and includes the following sections:

* What we Know About Curiosity?

* Famously Curious People

* Curiosity: Good for the Mind and The Soul

* Feed Your Curiosity...Feed Your Brain

* The Curious Mind on Overload

As we work with our learners it is important to include activities that will ignite their curiosity. In all likelihood they will be more engaged with their work and be open to learning, asking questions and more. This infographic packs quite a bit of information into one visual piece.

José Díaz-Pintado's curator insight, January 5, 11:21 AM

añada su visión ...#SCEUNED15

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This is Service Design Thinking

“ This is the keynote presentation I gave at the UXCamp Copenhagen in April 2014. It is a modified version of the deck @MrStickdorn and I (@jakoblies) use. Thank…”


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Les 3 âges de la révolution numérique

Les 3 âges de la révolution numérique | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
“La révolution digitale est donc là : ce qui au départ n’avait semblé n'impacter que les agences de voyages, les maisons de disques et les cinémas concerne non seulement l’ensemble de l’économie, mais”
Via Jean-Philippe BOCQUENET
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Excellent article résumant le début de la première ère que nous connaissons de la révolution numérique qui est en cours; et exposant 2 possibles... Point de vue, à la fois intéressant par son analyse, motivant et pouvant aussi effrayé par certains côtés. Tout dépendra des orientations prisent par le plus grand nombre dans les années à venir.
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Human-Sized Drone Unveiled at CES

Human-Sized Drone Unveiled at CES | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it

We've seen some pretty cool stuff on day 1 of CES 2016, but probably nothing more eye-catching than the EHang 184, a human-sized drone built by the..


Via Guillaume Decugis
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Like my son asked me when I showed him this video... "How will it avoid trees and buildings?" I guess he saw me piloting my own drone way too much!! :D


Anyhow, beside these "SMALL" question from my son, the idea is great! Lot of to be solve before having it flying though... But it could get ride of Uber once it is there and we have solved air traffic! 

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, January 7, 12:49 PM
23' flights only and no public availability soon. Yet an interesting concept!
Well Connected Mom's curator insight, February 5, 2:43 PM

How cool would this be?

Martin McGaha's curator insight, March 8, 6:18 AM
23' flights only and no public availability soon. Yet an interesting concept!
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Social Learning vs. Knowledge Management

Social Learning vs. Knowledge Management | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it
“ What is social learning, and what makes it different from knowledge management?”
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Serge G Laurens's curator insight, December 27, 2015 3:06 PM

Social Learning vs. Knowledge Management

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Why You Shouldn't Call It Innovation

Why You Shouldn't Call It Innovation | Creativity & Innovation | Scoop.it

“ The first rule of innovation is, you do not talk about innovation. When all of those around you are claiming to innovate, you need to do something different.”


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 The point is that innovation is only true after the fact.Innovation is a label you apply after the value creation has been achieved - not while you are attempting to create it.

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