Submitted by John W Lewis on July 13, 2016 - 8:57pm
Thu, Jul 14, 2016
Opportunities for digital innovation in the field of healthcare are at least as substantial as in any other field and realising them is at least as challenging. During this #innochat, we are delighted to welcome, as our guest, Shahid Shah (@ShahidNShah) who is extremely knowledgeable, experienced and articulate in the field of digital healthcare.
A cure for cancer does not exist, because cancer is not a disease. (It is a category of disesase involving uncontrolled growth of cells.) But there may be a cure for a major barrier to making progress in finding cures for these diseases.
That barrier is often referred to as "data sharing". And that barrier might also exist in other fields of innovation.
Let's discuss data sharing as a barrier to innovation in a free wheeling #innochat (without formal questions) on June 30 at noon Eastern time.
Submitted by John W Lewis on June 21, 2016 - 2:34pm
Thu, Jun 23, 2016
Selling requires communication, and people increasingly communicate using social media. So, it is not surprising that sales people try to understand how to use social communication effectively. But many of them struggle to shake off old paradigms and few have figured it out. Even fewer have codified it as well as our guest this week.
Submitted by John W Lewis on June 10, 2016 - 1:02pm
Thu, Jun 16, 2016
This innochat will be hosted by Ken Gordon whose guest is Toby Bottorf, VP of Service and Experience Design, at Continuum. Here is their framing post.
Sometimes you find yourself the lone innovator in an organization. Maybe oftentimes. Truth is, an inflexible corporate culture can make innovation feel less like a creative activity and more like conducting foreign policy. Intrapreneurship can be challenging work, but there are ways to make your efforts more effective.
This week's guest and frequent innocat, Jorge Barba (@jorgebarba), has described ten common innovation challenges encountered by established businesses. Let's discuss these and the perspectives from which they are faced.
Submitted by John W Lewis on June 02, 2016 - 10:48am
Thu, Jun 02, 2016
On #innochat, from time to time, we’ve discussed how an organization can group innovation opportunities into different categories. We’ve also discussed how an innovation progresses through multiple categories of adopters, as it diffuses through a population. But have we linked these two perspectives together?
This week, we welcome Ken Gordon to the host seat. Ken (@quickmuse) is Content, Conversation, and Community Strategist at Continuum Innovation in Boston. He is a well known innocat, and recent initiator of the #innochat facebook group. Ken's chosen topic relates to innovation in education and here is his framing post:
Is life a standardized test… or an impossible problem to be solved?
Those familiar with the work of Ted Dintersmith know that the above is a question designed to trip up those who don’t worship at the altar of innovation.
Submitted by John W Lewis on May 12, 2016 - 10:42am
Thu, May 12, 2016
If we have not seen something, then it is difficult to believe it. If we find it counter-intuitive (which, of course, depends on our intuition!), we might, even, convince ourselves that it is impossible. Then we'd be completely stuck!