Editor’s note: A look at the increasing interdependencies between the world’s technological, socio-economic, and environmental systems and why we may have to redesign global networks. Big picture perspectives that point us to where we might be headed.
Editor’s note: A touch weird science but also a reality – this helicopter is controlled by the ‘pilot’s’ thoughts.
Editor’s note: Stacey Harris delves into the issues of innovation and sustainability and how organisations can reimagine the way they operate in order to become more innovative. Warning: links to article that says worker productivity is up – my other curated link today says the opposite.
Editor’s note: Building a sustainable and scalable innovation process at Procter and Gamble.
Editor’s note: interesting and useful resources on innovation – and Stanford says it has had success in the way it delivers the course online too.
Editor’s note: Research shows that employees feel they are good at doing what they are told. But is this good enough for businesses looking to grow and innovate? Doing a task and seeing possibilities beyond that task could be very powerful.
Editor’s notes: Some great insights here from the inventor of the telephone.
Editor’s note: The phones all look the same, so where is the innovation in mobile? This analysis of the recent Mobile World Congress provides insight into where mobile innovation is now focused.
Editor’s note: A look at what to do when the bean counters get in the way of your disruptive ideas.
In this video, Stefaan van Hooydonk, head of Philips Lighting University at Philips Lighting, discusses how he ‘hacks’ corporate learning. Thanks for sharing @burrough
Editor’s note: A look at non-linera ways of developing innovation in the NHS – in particular the ‘double-beaded’ model which looks at these elements: alignment, additive, dynamic; and non-linear.
Editor’s note: The 10 winners of the Innovating Innovation Challenge, the first leg of this year’s HBR/McKinsey M-Prize for Management Innovation.
In his session at Learning Technologies 2013, the BBC’s former chief learning officer Nigel Paine…
Editor’s note: Hans de Zwart is a senior innovation adviser for global HR technologies at Shell, which is why I think his reading list for 2012 is worth a look – covers innovation, learning and beyond.
Editor’s note: Interesting take on social learning and innovation and how social learning – through its networked approach – is more effective at stimulating innovation.