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Wie Daimler, Bosch ua. mit Working Out Loud Mitarbeiter vernetzen

Wie Daimler, Bosch ua. mit Working Out Loud Mitarbeiter vernetzen | Innovation | Scoop.it
Daimler, Bosch und andere Konzerne haben erkannt, dass sie im Zuge des digitalen Wandels auch die Art des Lernens und der Zusammenarbeit ändern müssen. Seit einiger Zeit setzen sie darum auf die Methode "Working Out Loud" (WOL), die Arbeit sichtbar macht und vernetztes Lernen ermöglicht.
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Purpose Driven & Design Driven Organizations Outperform the S&P500 by 303% & 211% (Tim Brown @Global Drucker Forum 2018)

Purpose Driven & Design Driven Organizations Outperform the S&P500 by 303% & 211% (Tim Brown @Global Drucker Forum 2018) | Innovation | Scoop.it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHPpCR56Ir0&t=1319

 

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Warum die CeBIT eingestellt wurde ... und weshalb die Fokussierung auf Umsatz anstatt auf Customer Centricity noch viele Unternehmen in den Ruin treiben wird

Warum die CeBIT eingestellt wurde ... und weshalb die Fokussierung auf Umsatz anstatt auf Customer Centricity noch viele Unternehmen in den Ruin treiben wird | Innovation | Scoop.it
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How to Hand Off an Innovation Project from One Team to Another

How to Hand Off an Innovation Project from One Team to Another | Innovation | Scoop.it
Don’t let great ideas die in the execution phase.
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"Es wird Jobs geben, die wir uns bisher nicht vorstellen können"

"Es wird Jobs geben, die wir uns bisher nicht vorstellen können" | Innovation | Scoop.it
Maschinen werden bald mehr Arbeit erledigen als Menschen. Das wird Millionen Arbeitsplätze kosten, hat der Experte Till Leopold berechnet – doch noch mehr neue schaffen.
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An Alternative History of Silicon Valley Disruption

An Alternative History of Silicon Valley Disruption | Innovation | Scoop.it
Three recent books challenge the tech industry's myths of self-reliance and prescience.
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From IQ to EQ to now CQ (curiosity quotient) and LQ (learnability quotient)

From IQ to EQ to now CQ (curiosity quotient) and LQ (learnability quotient) | Innovation | Scoop.it
The digital era is transforming the ways of business by virtue of technologies such as automation artificial intelligence social and media cloud and analytics Read about the types of leadership skills are needed in this environment
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Don't expect change by ignoring how people feel

Don't expect change by ignoring how people feel | Innovation | Scoop.it

Most leaders expect results to improve strictly through data, ignoring how people feel. The truth is that without altering the emotional landscape of an organization, it is really hard to make change stick. Believing that the simple act of announcing some new initiative, will actually make things change. [Just think about the ridiculousness of that idea].

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Understanding The Six Pillars Of Digital Transformation Beyond Tech

Understanding The Six Pillars Of Digital Transformation Beyond Tech | Innovation | Scoop.it
While technology gets a lot of focus in the digital transformation, it’s not the only thing. Here are the six pillars of digital transformation beyond tech that will lead success.
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How to Attract and Retain Innovative Talent at an Enterprise? It's all about Empathy, Evidence, and Experimentation!

How to Attract and Retain Innovative Talent at an Enterprise? It's all about Empathy, Evidence, and Experimentation! | Innovation | Scoop.it
Every organization claims that their people are their greatest asset, but just because an organization offers many perks, does not mean that innovative talent will be enticed to stick around. Learn more about how companies can build a culture that really is a competitive advantage in this post.
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How Google Partners with the World's Top Minds to Power Its Innovation Machine

How Google Partners with the World's Top Minds to Power Its Innovation Machine | Innovation | Scoop.it
It's the brilliant innovation strategy that no one seems to know about
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Futures Research — What is it and why does it matter?

Futures Research — What is it and why does it matter?
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Futures-Thinking vs. Design Thinking

Wenn es um die Zukunft geht, stagniert die Zuversicht. Visionslosigkeit und Handlungsunfähigkeit sind verbreitete Barrieren. Wie schaffen es Unternehmen aber, unter extremer Unsicherheit zu entscheiden?
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What leaders need to do if they want to make innovation a reality in their companies

What leaders need to do if they want to make innovation a reality in their companies | Innovation | Scoop.it

Leaders need to speak to innovation teams constantly. The role isn’t to tell people what to do, but to inform them about the vision, understand where innovation teams are heading, and give them guidance as they explore new growth engines for the company. Leaders who don’t invest at least 20% of their time into innovation, don’t care about innovation.

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Mit „New Work“ zu „Next Work“

Mit „New Work“ zu „Next Work“ | Innovation | Scoop.it
Unternehmen wollen agiler werden, um im Wettbewerb zu bestehen und die digitale Transformation zu meistern. Das erfordert eine neue Art zu arbeiten.
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Gartner's Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends 2019

Blockchain, artificial intelligence, empowered edge, privacy and ethics, quantum computing, immersive experiences, augmented analytics, autonomous things and digital twins drive the Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2019.

 

David Cearley, Gartner Vice President, presented the trends at Gartner 2018 Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando, Florida.

Trend No. 1: Autonomous things

Whether it’s cars, robots or agriculture, autonomous things use AI to perform tasks traditionally done by humans. The sophistication of the intelligence varies, but all autonomous things use AI to interact more naturally with their environments.

Trend No. 2: Augmented analytics

Data scientists now have increasing amounts of data to prepare, analyze and group — and from which to draw conclusions. Given the amount of data, exploring all possibilities becomes impossible. This means businesses can miss key insights from hypotheses the data scientists don’t have the capacity to explore.

Trend No. 3: AI-driven development

AI-driven development looks at tools, technologies and best practices for embedding AI into applications and using AI to create AI-powered tools for the development process.

Trend No. 4: Digital twins

digital twin is a digital representation that mirrors a real-life object, process or system. Digital twins can also be linked to create twins of larger systems, such as a power plant or city. The idea of a digital twin is not new. The focus today is on digital twins in the IoT, which could improve enterprise decision making by providing information on maintenance and reliability, insight into how a product could perform more effectively, data about new products and increased efficiency.

Trend No. 5: Empowered edge

Edge computing is a topology where information processing and content collection and delivery are placed closer to the sources of the information, with the idea that keeping traffic local will reduce latency. Currently, much of the focus of this technology is a result of the need for IoT systems to deliver disconnected or distributed capabilities into the embedded IoT world. This type of topology will address challenges ranging from high WAN costs and unacceptable levels of latency. Further, it will enable the specifics of digital business and IT solutions.

Trend No. 6: Immersive technologies

Through 2028, conversational platforms, which change how users interact with the world, and technologies such as augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR) and virtual reality (VR), which change how users perceive the world, will lead to a new immersive experience. AR, MR and VR show potential for increased productivity, with the next generation of VR able to sense shapes and track a user’s position and MR enabling people to view and interact with their world. 

Trend No. 7: Blockchain

Blockchain is a type of distributed ledger, an expanding chronologically ordered list of cryptographically signed, irrevocable transactional records shared by all participants in a network. Blockchain allows companies to trace a transaction and work with untrusted parties without the need for a centralized party (i.e., a bank). This greatly reduces business friction and has applications that began in finance, but have expanded to government, healthcare, manufacturing, supply chain and others. Blockchain could potentially lower costs, reduce transaction settlement times and improve cash flow. The technology has also given way to a host of blockchain-inspired solutions that utilize some of the benefits and parts of blockchain.

Trend No. 8: Smart spaces

A smart space is a physical or digital environment in which humans and technology-enabled systems interact in increasingly open, connected, coordinated and intelligent ecosystems. As technology becomes a more integrated part of daily life, smart spaces will enter a period of accelerated delivery. Further, other trends such as AI-driven technology, edge computing, blockchain and digital twins are driving toward this trend as individual solutions become smart spaces.

Trend No. 9: Digital ethics and privacy

Consumers have an growing awareness of the value of their personal information, and they are increasingly concerned with how it’s being used by public and private entities. Enterprises that don’t pay attention are at risk of consumer backlash.

Trend No. 10: Quantum computing

Quantum computing is a type of nonclassical computing that is based on the quantum state of subatomic particles that represent information as elements denoted as quantum bits or “qubits.” Quantum computers are an exponentially scalable and highly parallel computing model.  A way to imagine the difference between traditional and quantum computers is to imagine a giant library of books. While a classic computer would read every book in a library in a linear fashion, a quantum computer would read all the books simultaneously. Quantum computers are able to theoretically work on millions of computations at once. Quantum computing in the form of a commercially available, affordable and reliable service would transform some industries. 


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Check out Talent Garden’s cool co-working space

Check out Talent Garden’s cool co-working space | Innovation | Scoop.it
Want to see the cool new co-working space at Talent Garden Dublin? We took a good look around the new campus.
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Curiosity Is as Important as Intelligence

Curiosity Is as Important as Intelligence | Innovation | Scoop.it

CQ stands for curiosity quotient and concerns having a hungry mind. People with higher CQ are more inquisitive and open to new experiences. They find novelty exciting and are quickly bored with routine. They tend to generate many original ideas and are counter-conformist. It has not been as deeply studied as EQ and IQ, but there’s some evidence to suggest it is just as important when it comes to managing complexity in two major ways. First, individuals with higher CQ are generally more tolerant of ambiguity. This nuanced, sophisticated, subtle thinking style defines the very essence of complexity. Second, CQ leads to higher levels of intellectual investment and knowledge acquisition over time, especially in formal domains of education, such as science and art (note: this is of course different from IQ’s measurement of raw intellectual horsepower). Knowledge and expertise, much like experience, translate complex situations into familiar ones, so CQ is the ultimate tool to produce simple solutions for complex problems.

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It's all about curiosity quotient! Why The Corporate World Needs Lifetime Learners

It's all about curiosity quotient! Why The Corporate World Needs Lifetime Learners | Innovation | Scoop.it
There is no handbook that explains how to jumpstart innovation in your company, but fostering your employees’ creativity is a great place to begin.
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Digital strategy: The four fights companies need to win

Digital strategy: The four fights companies need to win | Innovation | Scoop.it
Successful companies need clarity about the demands of digital technologies, strong leadership, agility and bold investments.
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How to transform the Design Sprint into a powerful Team Development Week

Recently a colleague asked me: “How did you come up with this version of the Google Design Sprint?” — I replied “well, it’s actually the original version”. She continued: “Your Design Sprint truly…
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The Breakthrough Incubator (by Arthur D.Little) - how to create and rapidly launch new step-out businesses

The Breakthrough Incubator (by Arthur D.Little) - how to create and rapidly launch new step-out businesses | Innovation | Scoop.it
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