Monthly Archives: March 2011

Social Media and User Research Methods

An engagement/deep knowledge framework to categorize user research methods indicates some likely innovations as social media is employed in innovation. Continue reading

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Lean Start-ups or Slow-burn entrepreneurship

Lean startups and slow burn startups permit the effectuation process of entrepreneurship to continue for a longer period of time. Continue reading

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Innovation Week in Review – March 18, 2011

Twitter friends helped in the crowdsourcing of a proposal for a new course in social media marketing. Plus a summary of interesting links on innovation, co-creation and social media marketing. Continue reading

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The Perfect Social Media Marketing Course!

The perfect social media marketing class: putting together a plan with the help of my social media community. Continue reading

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Innovation Week Review – March 11, 2011

Is email dead? Does Charlie Sheen tweet? News of the week on social media, innovation and user co-creation. Continue reading

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Catch the Wave

How do you catch the wave of technology? Why is Apple so good at it? Ideas from effectuation, Lead Users, probe and learn are considered. Continue reading

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Innovation Week – March 4, 2011

If only Charlie Sheen had a Klout score… as well as articles on the singularity, co-creation, creativity, and social media marketing. Continue reading

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