How to create a monster. Part II – 6 catalysts of creativity and innovation

15 october 2014. In my previous post we looked at three examples of monsters created through innovation, in 19th Century literature (Frankenstein and Dracula), in 20th Century cinema (Freddy Krueger),…
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How to create a monster. Part I ­- 3 examples

7 october 2014. Although creativity is sometimes the result of sudden and unexpected inspiration, most of the time that isn’t the case. The truth is that creativity and inspiration are…
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External sources of open innovation: prosumers and crowdsourcing

The most important change taking place in value chains is being brought about by end consumers. They are no longer passive. They do their own research and offer recommendations of…
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Internal sources of open innovation

In times of recession, the "easy" thing to do is reduce costs, but this often makes us less competitive because of a loss in efficiency and/or quality. Reducing costs is…
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Ideas social networks. Taking the brakes off innovation

Five years ago already (an eternity in this sector), when we began our activity, we had to evangelize the management of some companies when they heard us speak of management…
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