World Innovation Forum Posts (updated)

I recently updated some of my World Innovation Forum (May 5-6, 2009) posts to add slides for some of the presentations. You can also download the World Innovation Forum Executive Summary from our site – lovingly assembled by business analysts from ExecuNet. The conference lineup included – Paul Saffo, CK Prahalad, Vijay Govindarajan, Clayton Christensen, Fred Krupp, and Dan Ariely ...

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Moving Forward by Moving Back

As you may know, I love chocolate milk and occasionally blog about it. Today I’m a happy man. I finally found a new chocolate milk worth drinking after Wilcox Farms quite making it (they made one of the best chocolate milks ever). This new chocolate milk is from a semi-local dairy called Twin Brooks Creamery that does things the old-fashioned ...

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World Innovation Forum Wrapup

Stu Miniman tagged this photo with Twitter identities I recently had the opportunity to attend the World Innovation Forum (May 5-6, 2009) and a couple of pre-conference events on May 4, 2009 – the ?WhatIf! Innovation Forum and the Paul Saffo Workshop. I was invited to blog and tweet from the balcony at the World Innovation Forum as a member ...

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Bonus – Top 10 Clayton Christensen Insights – World Innovation Forum

Taking a slightly different approach than other World Innovation Forum bloggers, I’ve distilled the second 90 minutes with Clayton Christensen down into these Top 10 Insights (primarily about health care and education): Disruption drives things towards convenience and accessibility Clayton Christensen believes that the key to healthcare is pushing care farther from the center towards nurses and users and local ...

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Top 10 Clayton Christensen Insights – World Innovation Forum

Taking a slightly different approach than other World Innovation Forum bloggers, I’ve distilled the first 90 minutes with Clayton Christensen down into these Top 10 Insights: Largest markets don’t represent the biggest growth opportunity – non-existent markets are key Sustaining innovation improves product past what people need – disruptive innovations often win by being inferior but closer to customer needs ...

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