Update: Due to the rapid developments taking place at blur Group and the recent relocation of their headquarters, Philip Letts (@PhilipLetts) will be unable to join us today. The blur Group will be represented on this #innochat by two senior people: Dorothy Mead, blur's Head of Marketing, (@dorothybm) and Andrew Laughlan (@innovatrs), blur's Head of Partnerships.
What is the future of commerce on the Internet? Where is the frontier? And what is next?
LeAnna Carey will be our guest this Thursday, October 31, as #innochat focuses on the truly scray topic of healthcare. Specifically, we'll talk about how a collaborative of healthcare innovators adapted Alex Osterwalder's Business Model Canvas to their modelH project. Here's LeAnna's framing for this chat:
I came back from the World Innovation Forum last June with a big smile and the #Disruptus game, which we first played in #innochat a week later. It was so fun we vowed to play Disruptus once each quarter. I'm smiling again as I announce that it's time for our quarterly Disruptus game! We'll play in our Oct. 17 chat.
Submitted by John W Lewis on October 10, 2013 - 5:56am
Thu, Oct 10, 2013
One of the substantial themes which emerged from the recent Business Innovation Factory conference (BIF9: http://businessinnovationfactory.com/bif-9/) was the distinction between the innovation capabilities of startups and established businesses.
This is the conference from which Drew Marshall and Renee Hopkins ran the live streamed #innochat on September 19 and from which we discussed lessons learned on September 26.
Submitted by John W Lewis on October 01, 2013 - 1:16pm
Thu, Oct 03, 2013
[Our guest moderator this week is Graham Hill (@GrahamHill) a frequent participant in #innochat, who leads us as we revisit some moral questions related to innovation. This is the first of a series on this area, the dates of others are to be arranged. Graham's framing post and questions follow, with some background references.]