Monthly Archives: January 2010

An Out of Body Innovation Experience

People are fascinated with the idea of human cloning after researchers cloned a sheep in 1997. The debate about the risks and benefits of human cloning rages on. What if you could clone yourself in a virtual sense? Even better, imagine cloning yourself into another person’s body? What would you feel? What would you learn? How would your life be ...

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Open Innovation Bullies

Large companies have always used their size and power to get things their way. This is no different with open innovation. So I am not surprised when I listen to people from smaller companies complain about the behaviours of large companies when they start working together. Such behaviours were confirmed by several large companies at the recent Open Innovation Summit. ...

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The Worst Decade Ever :-)

Now that 2009 is over, I have bad news and I have good news. First the bad news. According to the Wall Street Journal, stock performance in the decade now ended was the worst ever – worse even than the woeful 1930s. For the past ten years, the value of NYSE-traded stocks has declined by an average of 0.5 percent ...

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Top 10 Innovation Articles of 2009

Thank you to everyone who entered our last contest of 2009 for a chance to win one of three copies of Gary Hamel’s latest book “The Future of Management” ? Lady luck has spoken and I’d like to announce the three winners of their very own copy of “The Future of Management”: Cathy Olofson Ashish Thomas (claimed) Peter Vander Auwera ...

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