Tag Archives: consumers

Adopting Holacracy to Fuel Innovation

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We examine and define Holacracy, including the objective of this alternative management structure--a framework that's been popularly in the media, but not always reported on accurately. We then answer: can Holacracy spur innovation?

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Is Jibo the Latest Innovation to Join Your Family?

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I wrote a couple of months ago about the Amazon Echo, the latest piece of hardware to emerge from the South Lake Union headquarters of one my city's largest employers. A piece of hardware that follows in the wake of the successful Amazon Kindle and the failed Amazon Fire Phone. The Amazon Echo aims to get you to put a computer in the center of your living room and...

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Re-Invent the Future

Many companies find themselves at a crossroads. The next few years will decide which business models will survive and which will undergo sweeping changes. Technological evolution, the modern consumer and the total market compel us to answer that one crucial question: who is prepared to re-invent their company as well as themselves?

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NPD's Future Goes New Orleans

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Location, location, location is as true for conferences as it is for Real Estate. Events are engines of economic development for the cities they choose. We’ll be doing more on both - cities and their innovation events this year - bringing you the innovation highlights from both. That’s why we were excited that the Frost & Sullivan Innovation in NPD and Marketing is going to New Orleans!

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100 Things to Watch in 2014

Edible Packaging, Heads-Up Movement and Haptic Technology—just a few items from JWT's annual list of 100 Things to Watch for the year ahead. It’s a wide-ranging compilation that reflects developments surfacing across sectors including technology, television, food and spirits, retail, health care and the arts.

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Insights Differentiate, Not Data

Big Data is receiving a lot of attention and investment at the moment, with the combination of technology and analytics generating enormous possibility. As Greg Satell rightly points out, businesses that neglect Big Data will be left behind..

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