Monthly Archives: July 2014

No Change On The Top Of Innovation Olympus

Recently, I wrote about the annual 2013 Global Innovation Index (GII 2013), composed by Cornell University, European Institute of Business Administration and World Intellectual Property Organization, that ranked 142 world countries’ innovation capabilities and achievements. I made a curious observation that … Continue reading

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Show Me The Money!

(This post originally appeared on Danish Crowdsourcing Association website) I strongly believe that as an open innovation tool, crowdsourcing has a bright future, but only if it proves its economic worth. In other words, when properly designed and executed, a … Continue reading

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A silver bullet that was not

There are lies, damned lies and statistics Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a horrible illness. A progressive neurodegenerative disorder that destroys memory, abstract thinking and cognitive function, it’s the most common cause of dementia in humans, affecting as many as five … Continue reading

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The Outsider Effect

Better decisions come from teams that include a “socially distinct newcomer”…someone who is different enough to bump other team member out of their comfort zones (From Kellog School of Management News, Embracing the “socially distinct outsider”) There are many things … Continue reading

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