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The New Model for Innovation Is Social -- and Mobile: But Are Companies Ready? - Knowledge@Wharton

The New Model for Innovation Is Social -- and Mobile: But Are Companies Ready? - Knowledge@Wharton | Innovation for all | Scoop.it
Consumers are turning to social media and mobile technology to accomplish an ever-growing list of tasks, from finding a doctor to turning on an air conditioner.
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Creativity: The Psychology of Discovery and Invention: Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: 9780062283252: Amazon.com: Books

Creativity: The Psychology of Discovery and Invention

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"The classic study of the creative process from the national bestselling author of Flow creativity is about capturing those moments that make life worth living. Legendary psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi reveals what leads to these moments—be it the excitement of the artist at the easel or the scientist in the lab—so that this knowledge can be used to enrich people's lives. Drawing on nearly one hundred interviews with exceptional people."

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Joseph Jaworski « Berrett-Koehler

{Author Day} Jaworski spoke to the staff of Berrett-Koehler and their guests on Wed Mar 2 11 about his history, perspective, and his new book Source:The Inner Path of Knowledge Creation
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Jeff Immelt of GE: Leaders Must Drive Change - YouTube

Part of the annual GSB Entrepreneurship Conference. As traditional barriers to scale erode, product life cycles compress, and the costs of starting a busines...
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The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Health Care

The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Health Care | Innovation for all | Scoop.it
Sproxil is No. 1 for eliminating the fake drugs that kill more than 700000 people around the world each year.
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Infographic: 40 Key Trends Shaping The Future of Medicine

Infographic: 40 Key Trends Shaping The Future of Medicine | Innovation for all | Scoop.it
Infographic created by Bertalan Mesko, MD, PhD illustrates the key trends and innovations that shape the future of medicine visualized from 3 perspectives.

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Data Analysis | The Global Innovation Index 2013

Data Analysis | The Global Innovation Index 2013 | Innovation for all | Scoop.it
Complete analysis of different countries and economies from The Global Innovation Index. Interactive data on country/economic profiles, strengths & weaknesses and country comparisons
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Why Your Idea is Worth Nothing

"In this recorded webinar, Tony Ulwick, the author of "What Customers Want" and founder of Strategyn, provides insight into why most ideas are worth nothing and a framework for overcoming this challenge. These insights will be useful for any organization who is trying to accelerate its growth through innovation."

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Transient Advantage by Rita Gunther McGrath

Transient Advantage by Rita Gunther McGrath | Innovation for all | Scoop.it

"Strategy is still useful in turbulent industries like consumer electronics, fast-moving consumer goods, television, publishing, photography, and...well, you get the idea. Leaders in these businesses can compete effectively—but not by sticking to the same old playbook. In a world where a competitive advantage often evaporates in less than a year, companies can’t afford to spend months at a time crafting a single long-term strategy. To stay ahead, they need to constantly start new strategic initiatives, building and exploiting many transient competitive advantages at once. "

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Strategy and Your Stronger Hand by Geoffrey A. Moore

If you think business is business, you’re simply wrong. In truth, business takes two distinct forms, and they could scarcely be less alike. One kind of business, as shown in the exhibit “Complex-Systems Model,” is geared toward delivering customized solutions to demanding and deep-pocketed customers. The other, as shown in the exhibit “Volume-Operations Model,” is designed to package a company’s proprietary strength (its core technology, which may or may not be very high-tech) into standard products that meet the generic needs of mass markets. Let’s look at how these two different competitive focal points give rise to wholly different business models.

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Nice Geoff Moore Article, worth a read if you do the innovation thingy

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Project Innovation through Design Thinking

Increasingly, project managers are being asked to lead their teams to innovate new products, processes, and services for internal or external customers. In this webinar, you will learn how to accelerate innovation with design thinking and be introduced to some of the key challenges and opportunities in this new and exciting space..
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Richard Platt's curator insight, November 17, 2013 6:58 AM

Keep in mind Design Thinking is only ONE of MANY methods, they are not the be all end all, but they are important, effective innovation management is multi- disciplinary not one dimensional 

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The Thought Leader Interview: Eric Ries

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The author of The Lean Startup is thinking big about the challenges facing companies in an economy driven by innovation.
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Source: The Inner Path of Knowledge Creation (Bk Business): Joseph Jaworski: 9781576759042: Amazon.com: Books

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Source: The Inner Path of Knowledge Creation (Bk Business) [Joseph Jaworski] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. As he did in his classic Synchronicity, Joseph Jaworski once again takes us on a mind-expanding journey
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Designing for simplicity

Designing for simplicity | Innovation for all | Scoop.it
The MIT Media Lab's John Maeda lives at the intersection of technology and art, a place that can get very complicated. Here he talks about paring down to basics.
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Nike CEO on Product Innovation, Athletes, Brands: Video

Nike CEO on Product Innovation, Athletes, Brands: Video | Innovation for all | Scoop.it
Mark Parker, chief executive officer of Nike Inc., talks about the company's product innovation strategy and customer focus. Parker speaks with Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." Adam Johnson also speaks.

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WHO | Promoting Access to Medical Technologies and Innovation

WHO | Promoting Access to Medical Technologies and Innovation | Innovation for all | Scoop.it

"Medical technologies – medicines, vaccines and medical devices – are essential for public health. Access to essential medicines and inadequate research on neglected diseases have been a major concern for many years. More recently, the focus of health policy debate has broadened to consider how to promote innovation and how to ensure equitable access to all vital medical technologies.

Today’s health policy-makers need a clear understanding, both of the innovation processes that lead to new technologies and of the ways in which these technologies are disseminated through functional health systems. This study seeks to reinforce the understanding of the interplay between the distinct policy domains of health, trade and intellectual property, and of how they affect medical innovation and access to medical technologies. It captures a broad range of experience and data in dealing with the interplay between intellectual property, trade rules and the dynamics of access to, and innovation in, medical technologies. A collaborative effort by the WHO, the World Intellectual Property Organization and the World Trade Organization draws together the three Secretariats’ respective areas of expertise. For WHO the study is an important milestone in the context of the implementation of the Global Strategy and Plan of Action on Public Health, Innovation and Intellectual Property."

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New Market Creation

Strategyn Founder & CEO, Tony Ulwick presents how companies can win in new markets using jobs-to-be-done thinking.
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Max Levchin And Peter Thiel: Innovation In The World Today Is Between ‘Dire Straits And Dead’ | TechCrunch

Max Levchin And Peter Thiel: Innovation In The World Today Is Between ‘Dire Straits And Dead’ | TechCrunch | Innovation for all | Scoop.it

"According to Levchin, the basic premise of the book is, of course, “majorly controversial”, in that, despite what the popular media might tell us, innovation in the world today is actually “between dire straights and dead”. Both Levchin and Thiel said that they felt the need to call out the world, to wake up the average American, to the depressing state of deep innovation in our current landscape.."

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To Succeed in the Long Term, Focus on the Middle Term by Geoffrey A. Moore

Business strategists like to think in portfolio terms. Whether it’s a question of cash cows versus rising stars or of businesses that prosper at different points in an economic cycle, it’s useful to have a framework for analyzing the mix and balancing investments wisely. 

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The Dynamic Capabilities of David Teece

The Dynamic Capabilities of David Teece | Innovation for all | Scoop.it
To U.C. Berkeley’s long-standing strategy thinker, companies gain an edge only when they evolve in ways no one else can match.
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Five Ways to Innovate Faster

Five Ways to Innovate Faster | Innovation for all | Scoop.it

"Why does disruptive innovation seem to take so long? And why don't the usual levers we deploy to speed up our innovation efforts--like pushing more resources, more frequent check-ins, and tighter deadlines-seem to deliver results?"

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