Business Models

Phase 1 Innovation Analytics

How do you analyze innovation at a large multi-national corporation? I've been using Data Analytics Life Cycle to internally construct a strategy for analyzing global innovation processes and methodologies at my own corporation (EMC). I've published some of the results...

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You Need To Innovate – Now What?

A lot of people talk about innovative companies. All the management magazines and books refer always to the same select group of Apple, Google, 3M, Microsoft, P&G, BMW, Facebook, Virgin, Samsung, WAL-MART, Toyota, Amazon, INTEL, Starbucks and a few others. But so few people really work in them. This means a whole lot of people are working in not so innovative organisations. You are probably one of them, or a consultant advising them.

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MICHAEL PORTER on Strategic Innovation – Creating Tomorrow's Advantages

An Innovation Excellence Classic: From an interview with Rowan Gibson AS WE ENTER the twenty-first century, there is a pressing need for clear strategies. Because unless companies have a clear vision about how they are going to be distinctly different and unique, offering something different than their rivals to some different group of customers, they are going to get eaten alive by the intensity of competition.

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KIN's Role as Force-Multiplier at Cisco Systems

My avocational role within Cisco effectively became that of a proactive evangelist for innovation history, concepts, trends, case studies, practice and thinking, thereby becoming a force-multiplier for the KIN community.  The ultimate utility of interacting with various audiences is to educate and challenge status quo thinking, through introducing an awareness of the potential of innovation, provides context and sparks imagination for discovering new ways to create value.

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