As retailers spar to offer a better online shopping experience, micro-fulfillment technology could deliver a faster service for customers while boosting profits for retailers – read here.
To move beyond innovation theater, intrapreneurs have to become keenly interested in creating value for the companies they work for. Keep reading here …
How much do you know about corporate innovation concepts, key thinkers, famous failures, and Silicon Valley disruptors? Try a 22 question quiz by InnovationLeader here.
3 Things That Determine Startup Survival in a COVID World & Facebook: Platform vs Publisher and Where Does Their Responsibility Lie?
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“In my years of executive coaching and research about behavioral change, I have learned one key lesson, which has near-universal applicability: We do not get better without structure.”, says Marshall Goldsmith
Crisp and short video by Marshall on the topic: Go here and invest the two minutes.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was fond of observing that it was more fun to be a pirate than to join the navy.
New book looks at the challenges of being an ‘intrepreneur’ in a large, traditional organisation – follow this link to learn more about this topic.
Jeffrey Katzenberg’s short-form content platform has struggled to make an impact with bad reviews, lack of interest and legal issues swirling
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A big problem that we often see out in the field is that we humans have a tendency to make a lot of assumptions.
That often leads us to fall into five possible communication traps. Got interested? Press link to go to original post.
Coined by Steve Blank, the term innovation theater has been gaining traction lately.
As with all popular terms, we may be reaching the peak of inflated expectations on the hype cycle, with a lot more people using the term without fully understanding what it really means. Keep reading here.
In this interview, Alex Osterwalder shares his best insights into the world of business models—ideas that are especially applicable now as entrepreneurs try to launch businesses during Covid-19. He explains why products, technology, and price alone aren’t enough to keep your company competitive. Well-spent hour podcast here.