This sentence from “Only Fools and Horses”(British sitcom from 80s and 90s) summarize the dream of most entrepreneurs. Check this short video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qp5hxHPlTq8 But, to be able to have such dreams […]
Persons which can inspire creative people? Here is a small list… First thought is Richard Branson (website) – his carrier is truly an inspiration, like story about starting Virgin Records(video above) […]
This is second post to the “7innovation method” series. First “awakening” part of the process is to launch initial contest which will “feel the pulse” of the organization and discover […]
What is Handball? It is an olympic sport, but if you are American, British or Italian there is a big chance that you’ve never heard of it. Why? This sport […]
I often hear questions like “How can I start my creativity?” or “How to earn money with my ideas?”. The best answer is always an advice to check few open […]
TrendHunter.com just published their 2014 Trend Report which lists 20 trends which will affect this year. As always, it is fun to see their report, to see more go this […]
I often hear totally wrong talks about innovation in Croatia. Public opinion about innovators is that those are people, that got rewards on Innovation Fairs. So, when the header in […]
There are hundreds of books published each year with topic: Innovation. Many of them are strictly scientific, others are business or inspirational, but how to know which are worth to […]
Book review: Oliver Gassmann, Fiona Schweitzer: Management of the Fuzzy Front End of Innovation (Springer, 2014) Well, this was a surprise! This book really gives a wide range of topics […]
The first phase, or “zero phase” of the innovation process is to convince the first person to step behind your idea. In the best case that is to go to […]
High level of Innovation Culture is very good, but also very important achievement to be proud of – for any company. But, the path to the right culture goes with […]
How to make innovation process simpler, more efficient and more successful? I tried to explain it using a term “7innovation”, so here is the Method
Zara. Many of us wandered around their trendy shops or browsed their top-of-the-class website without knowing very much about company behind that brand. So, what makes this Spanish brand so […]
Developers are creative beings, they find new solutions on a daily basis, so they somehow have to be creative? Yes, but… They are often very reluctant in submitting or explaining […]
Repetitive Innovation: Lars Bratsberg at TEDxStavanger
I just came back from the conference held on my hometown’s University and one of questions after my presentation was: “What can average student do after graduating to have a […]
Teaser for Scott Berkun’s new book, check details at his site.
Is the one of the biggest innovation barriers in corporate world today – the way to convince middle managers to contribute in innovation?
Case 1: 6 PM, I’m home after work and relaxing with my 6 and 4 year old sons. We are laying on the balcony and everyone is playing on iPhones […]
Here is my paper “Rewarding Innovation – Influence of rewarding system to the innovation” from XXIV ISPIM Conference held in Helsinki 16-19 June 2013.