Design

The Crowd Computing Revolution – Part One

I am proud to bring you the first episode in a three part series culminating in a downloadable PDF of the whole piece on The Crowd Computing Revolution and the redesign of work that is now possible thanks to new technology tools and business architecture thinking that will allow man and machine to work more efficiently together than ever before.

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Matching Innovation Possibilities with Needs

Corporate innovation has traditionally been driven from the technology side; from departments like R&D and engineering. It's an approach that can be very successful. Indeed, it has often led to great breakthroughs. But if a company wants to win in today's value-based economy, this is no longer the best way of doing things.

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Saving and Improving Lives with Gravity

I came across an IndieGogo project that is focused on building and trialing a gravity-powered power station that can serve either as a lantern or as a flexible power source that can be used to power a task light, recharge batteries, or potentially other things that users might dream up that the designers can't yet imagine.

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Top 20 2013 Trends that will Reboot your Organization, People & Strategy

Trend Hunter's look at the top 2013 trends is upon us. As you watch Jeremy Gutsche's top 20 rundown of people, places and things trending, from Vending 3.0 to Manufactured Addicition and Deals, here are some questions to think about. How will these shifts, or combinations of, reboot your industry, organization, corporation, consumers, customers, clients, employees, suppliers, partners, c-suite, board of directors, advisors and M&A targets. Get ready for a wild ride–2013 is here–enjoy!

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