Archive for May, 2009

May 29th, 2009 - 1:49 pm § in Memes

Presentation: Towards Capitalism 2.0, Signs of a new world order

We believe that studying cycles of change can teach us something about the world we’re in. But, every now and then a change comes along that shifts our perception of the world pushing our reasoning beyond all logic. Our inability to read signs of change push us into uncomfortable territory. Ec[...]

May 29th, 2009 - 1:09 pm § in Memes

Presentation & Workshop: Reframed Innovation on the Horizon

Sustainable and successful organisations have the ability to explore new frontiers of competitiveness during challenging times. New business configurations and alternate uses of scarce resources are tested and uncharted territories unearthed. Innovation is used as an approach to drive competitivenes[...]

May 26th, 2009 - 2:42 pm § in Eco, Philosophy, Reframe

Making the case for Social Based Innovation

I’ve been discussion many concepts relating to innovation over the last few years. But kept the development of our new approach under wraps as we are testing some of the constructs. So, let me give you a sniplet of what’s been going on. Working globally with financial services, manufactu[...]

May 25th, 2009 - 10:01 am § in Ecogenetic, Reframe

Situation traps and other mental phenomena

I came across Adizes’s work some 10 years ago. The concepts he promoted made sense and I started reading his work extensively. After buying 8 videos from the Adizes Institute and working through these over time, I got to understand his views. In 1999 he published “Managing Corporate Life[...]

May 21st, 2009 - 11:44 am § in Models, Tech

What should a great innovation software product look like?

We have been working with innovation related projects for many years now – and observed many different approaches work. This creates a challenge in that “innovation practices” are still emerging. The approaches followed are almost as diverse as the number of books published on the [...]