You know that feeling when you have opened a can of worms? I just did that. I sent out email to Friends of InnoFuture today to share the exciting news about InnoFuture DOJO and did three things that didn’t go down well: included images of Obama, Jobs and mentioned Waterloo. The famous battle is now[…]
Today i offended someone (that’s perhaps not unusual). This was the statement posted on an Australian Government Innovation site blog: “I think we need to be a little careful not to think every solution involves innovation or for that matter requires innovation. The idea of a “We’re Here” and we need to “Get There” is[…]
‘Ego is not a dirty word…’ sang Skyhooks. And I always thought it was ‘eagle…’. (Ah, the perils of the English language.) And, I could never understand why it would ever be a ‘dirty word’. Somehow ‘innovation’ has become a dirty word. Well, maybe not dirty but badly tarnished.
Don’t want to be painted with the same brush and want to avoid this limp-around-the-edges term?
Everyone from Seth Godin to the Harvard Business Review raves about innovation as a mindset, a process, and a way of life, we’d like to contribute to the conversation with examples of actual B2C innovations, carefully assmembled by bright minds at TrendWatching. Dozens of ’em.