Submitted by John W Lewis on October 29, 2014 - 8:24pm
Thu, Oct 30, 2014
Let's explore the basis of the prominence of innovation.
For our #innochat of two weeks ago, Andrew Townley (@atownley) provided us with a challenge which was founded on the high profile that innovation is given today. We discussed the challenge then, now let's return to the foundation.
His challenge was to understand the business value of innovation, but the foundation was that innovation is considered to be important and to have a contribution to make.
I have long been a proponent of the value of being a life-long learner. Digging into a new topic and “going deep” have been habits that I developed in high school and probably drive a lot of the work I do in the innovation space. I’m an intellectually curious and casually indiscriminate learner. I'm not necessarily a T-shaped person. More like an M-shape.
Submitted by John W Lewis on October 14, 2014 - 7:33am
Thu, Oct 16, 2014
Our guest this week is Andrew Townley (@atownley), who has participated in #innochat for many years and is well known to many innocats. His chosen topic for this chat reflects his interest and experience in understanding how innovation activities contribute to generating business value.