Innochat Archive

Moving Toward Innovation Mastery

Gwen Ishmael's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, Jul 07, 2011

Last week we discussed whether innovation and mastery could co-exist – you’ll find a great recap by @Renee_Hopkins here.

Innovation and Mastery - Can They Co-Exist?

Renee Hopkins's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, Jun 30, 2011

@DrewCM brought to my attention this blog post by Jonathan Fields: Can Innovation and Mastery Co-Exist? It started a conversation on Twitter between us, Paulo Machado and @Jabaldaia about innovation certification programs. But there's a larger discussion to be had, and I'd like to have it this Thursday, June 30. Here are some questions we'll talk about:

Innovation in a Global Economy

DrewCM's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, Jun 23, 2011

Following in the vein of having newer #innochat attendees provide framing posts and moderation, Sharon Corsaro has stepped up to provide this week's...

Prompted by a recent CNN news special “Restoring the American Dream: How to Innovate,” our next #innochat discussion for Thurs., June 23, 2011, will take a hard look at innovation through the lens of global economies.

The Impact of Information Overload on Innovation

DrewCM's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, Jun 16, 2011

Our June 16th chat is being framed and moderated by Heba Hosny (a representative of @garious1) who is raising the issue of information overload and its impact on innovation performance…

 

When it comes to innovation, information overload can be a mixed blessing. But, on the whole, the positives outweigh the negatives.

 

Thought-Provoking Questions:

Recap of the World Innovation Forum - June 7-8, 2011

DrewCM's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, Jun 09, 2011

AGENDA: June 7-8, 2011

The Art of the Spectacular (Innovation) Failure" - truly learning the lessons of less-than-success

DrewCM's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, Jun 02, 2011

The RMS Titanic was designed by experienced engineers, using some of the most advanced technologies and extensive safety features of the time. The ship incorporated the most technologically advanced features of the period, including three electric elevators in first class and one in second class. The vessel also had an advanced electrical system powered by steam-driven generators and ship-wide wiring for electric lights plus two Marconi radios. It was longer than three Airbus A380’s placed nose to tail. In short, it was a modern engineering marvel.

Innovation isn't Working! Is it Time to Innovate How we Innovate?

Gwen Ishmael's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, May 26, 2011

Graham Hill (@GrahamHill) will moderate this week's Innochat - you know it'll be a good one! Framing is below - see everyone on Thursday at noon EDT.

Gwen

Innovating the Sales Process for Consulting - A Brainstorm

Renee Hopkins's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, May 19, 2011

No specific framing post for this one -- we're going to brainstorm ideas on innovating the sales process for consulting services. If you are a consultant who has this figured out, come share! If you're a consultant who's trying to figure it out, come help create and build on ideas.

Is GAMIFICATION the Future of Innovation? w moderator @GrahamHill

Renee Hopkins's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, May 12, 2011

This house believes that GAMIFICATION – adding game-like characteristics to motivate and reward engagement – is the future of innovation. Graham Hill will lead a discussion of the pros and cons during Innochat on Thursday, May 12.

Here's background from Graham.

For:

May 5 chat: 'A Common Model for Innovation' with Paul Hobcraft and Jeffrey Phillips

Renee Hopkins's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, May 05, 2011

On Monday, April 25, Paul Hobcraft of Agility Innovation and Jeffrey Phillips of OVO Innovation published a Collaborative Innovation Reference Model.   You can read about it here.  They did so in the belief that innovation remains a cottage industry, restrained by the lack of a common approach or reference model.  This lack of a common model creates uncertainty for potential corporate innovators, who must

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