Monthly Archives: December 2012

Mobile Economy Report: 2012 Stats, Predictions & Trends

Mobile is the first order priority device for access, because it’s always with you, always connected. The desktop’s at the office. The tablet’s at the house. The TV’s at the house. You’re generally not watching TV during the day, but the smartphone is always with you. From mobile usage data to trends and latest news, this ebook should get you up to date with all the new things and we’re sure it will convince you it’s time to go mobile.

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Innovation Lineage Threads – a longitudinal update

I believe that the path that knowledge takes, from a local innovator, to a corporate boundary spanner, to an implementation team, to a delivered asset, can be traced and measured. I also believe that this measurement, once studied, can reveal ways to accelerate innovation and point out areas of knowledge that are yet to be converted. I've long been a fan of provenance, and I love the concept of "idea lineage". The lineage can be studied to reduce asset delivery time.

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Voting Closed – Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2012

Voting is now closed in the Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2012 Contest hosted by Innovation Excellence. If you're a first time visitor to Innovation Excellence, we have over 5,000 articles on site to support our mission of making innovation insights accessible for the greater good. Please check out our search feature, browse by category or author, or subscribe to our rss feed, email, or free magazine.

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Download Innovation Excellence Weekly magazine v11

We know some IX community members want to get great innovation content, but don't come to the site every day. So to help them make sure they didn't miss the best innovation articles of the week, we have launched Innovation Excellence Weekly - the magazine - so that you can download the ten best articles of the week to your: Nook from Barnes & Noble, Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle, Samsung GalaxyTab, other trusty tablet, laptop, or desktop computer (PC or Mac). Think of it as Innovation Excellence to go.

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