Category Archives: Process Innovation

2015 Top Downloaded Innovation Articles in JPIM

Gloria Barczak, editor of the leading journal on innovation, JPIM has provided a list of the top downloaded articles from their website. You can download the list as a PDF here: Top 10 2015 JPIM Downloaded Articles (2). These are the … Continue reading

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My very favorite #books on #innovation : A to I

I decided to create a list of my 10 favorite innovation books…but came up with 15. It was hard enough to narrow the list to nearly 10 – no way I was going to try to rank order them. So … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a Theory of Innovation

Over the past 50 years, researchers have learned a lot about innovation. Do you have thoughts about a theory of Innovation? Continue reading

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Innovation in Higher Ed: Who is the customer?

Innovation in education is difficult due to the divisions that make cross-discipline cooperation rare as well as a lack of focus on the user. Continue reading

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Innovation Week 2/19/2011: Users in innovation?

Do users have a role to play in really innovative new product development? A disccussion of pros and cons that draws on the ideas of von Hippel, Sarasvathy and others. Also discussions on the clout of Klout, and social media marketing. Continue reading

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Cola Co-creation

Coca-cola has developed new dispensing machines that contain up to thirty flavors that can produce up to 100 different types of soda. The machines can be reset realtime and communicate so that coke can introduce a new soft drink and … Continue reading

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Storytime?

Storytelling, innovation and organizational change How do you get an organization to share an innovative vision and push for change? A common theme, from different perspectives, is the power of stories to impact organizational culture and promote change and innovation. … Continue reading

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