Submitted by John W Lewis on October 07, 2015 - 7:27pm
Thu, Oct 08, 2015
Automated or autonomous vehicles, whether manned or unmanned, are increasingly being developed in the fields of planes, trains and automobiles (even if it might be a little early in the year for that story).
These innovations in vehicle control systems offer a variety of potentially "nice to have" advantages. However there are also several types of hurdles to be faced in the years ahead if they are to be used widely and safely.
Identifying effective delivery of new offers and experiences in large, established organizations.
Much discussion is happening in the worlds of innovation, design thinking, and customer experience. Activity is everywhere – crowdsourcing, design training and workshops, startup incubators and accelerators, innovation centers and labs, even the acquisition of design firms by large operating companies. But most of this has to do with the sourcing of ideas or acquisition of idea-generating resources.
Submitted by John W Lewis on September 23, 2015 - 9:13pm
Thu, Sep 24, 2015
What innovation lessons can we learn from the history of the Concorde aircraft?
This week, in the UK, the news headlines included the faint prospect of one of these iconic aircraft flying again. For some time a group of people have been working on getting a Concorde aircraft back into the air and have raised substantial funds for the purpose. See: "Concorde fans hope to get jet airborne by 2019".
This Thursday, #innochat will be coming to you live from the 11th annual BIF Summit, a two-days event featuring stories of personal, social, and business transformation from 32 storytellers who are educators, designers, authors, and leaders of many different kinds of businesses, both in social systems and in the private sector.