Monthly Archives: February 2020

Wild is the Game: the art of facilitation

Julien Goby is the founder of Wild is the Game, initiated 10 years ago. Passionate facilitator, his ambition from the start was to build a structure in which learning and perfecting the profession of facilitation are a priority. Among the pioneers of the profession in France, he strives to ensure that Wild is the Game remains a craftsman of the ...

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4 Things Every Business Leader Should Know About Artificial Intelligence and Automation

In 2011, MIT economists Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee self-published an unassuming e-book titled Race Against The Machine. It quickly became a runaway hit. Before long, the two signed a contract with W. W. Norton & Company to publish a full-length version, The Second Machine Age that was an immediate bestseller. The subject of both books was how “digital technologies ...

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Forget Your Business Plan. Create a Strategy Map.

Strategic plans become outdated the moment they’re created. Instead, create a one-page strategy map. Having run the internal strategy consulting group at HP, and then consulting to both startups and big companies like Disney, Visa, Colgate, Medtronic and others, I’ve created hundreds of strategic plans. Business strategy used to be a clear and methodical process. No more. Today’s discontinuous technologies and disruptive change have reinvented the ...

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Pros and Cons of Becoming an Innovation Consultant

One question many innovators face at some point in their careers is whether to work in a large, corporate organization, or in a small start up or consultancy. Today I want to revisit and update a blog I wrote a few years ago for LinkedIn that discussed some pros and cons of consultancy versus corporate innovation.  At that time I ...

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Innovation and its Effect on World of Photography

We’ve reached a couple of interesting milestones in a very short period of time, and it behooves us to pay attention to the changes in what has been an important industry – photography. For innovators, it’s been easy to kick Kodak around, for having missed the transition to digital photography while owning many of the patents. However, Kodak by itself ...

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Four Questions to Choose Innovation Projects

It’s a challenge to prioritize and choose innovation projects. There are open questions on the technology, the product/service, the customer, the price and sales volume. Other than that, things are pretty well defined. But with all that, you’ve still go to choose. Here are some questions that may help in your selection process: 1. Is it big enough? The project ...

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The One Key to Success That Nobody Teaches You

Of all the things we do to ensure our success, one is more important than all else, and yet it’s only learned in the school of hard knocks. There are uncountable books on how to succeed in business, and all of them have something to teach. From being an efficient operator to being a great innovator, it’s all part of ...

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