Here is the list of Top 10 (my choice) Tech/Software/Big Data/Telco conferences in Europe till the end of this year. Web Summit – Lisabon – 5-8.11. – “The largest tech conference in the world” IP Expo Europe – London – … Continue reading Top 10 Tech, Software, Innovation Conferences in Europe till the end of 2018
In this time of World Cup madness, one team that reached semifinals attracts attention as their country is not often in the headlines. As a Croatian, I must share a thought or two how we achived to reach 2nd semifinal … Continue reading Lessons learned from the World Cup – the Croatian phenomenon
I must introduce a wonderful, innovative product which is now available via Kickstart campaign: Magnet Driver™ DDN: The Total Tool to Drill, Drive and Nail. Continue reading “Product: Magnet Driver, now on Kickstarter”
You want to unleash your creativity? Think again about your ideas or come with a new one?
Our 50 cards raise questions “What if…?” which can guide you to think from the other angle or to question yourself using three main topics:
- business trends,
- techno-trends and
- in another man’s shoes
Home renovations are one of the best ways to improve your living space. This is especially true in tough housing markets or housing bubbles. When homeowners cannot afford to buy property they may begin investing in their existing homes. Continue reading “10 Boundary-Pushing Home building Products of 2017”
What are the emerging trends that will shape our future? Imagine the possibilities:
When I heard that Jeremy Gutsche is releasing the second book I was eager to read it, as “Exploting Chaos” (Jeremy’s first book) is one my favourite books covering the topic of Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. And I’m not disappointed, … Continue reading Book Review: Better and Faster
I’m currently running an innovation contest and I wanted to add a few of my own ideas… Also, I needed to prepare a inspiration presentation for others. Doing that, I found following awesome inspiration sites & videos: Continue reading “Inspiring Creativity #1”
After brilliant and inspiring “Exploting Chaos”, Jeremy Gutsche (TrendHunter) is releasing his second book “Better and Faster“.
First chapter is free for download. The book launches on March 17th. Continue reading “New book from Jeremy Gutsche “Better and Faster””
I gave an interview for TrendReports.com: Having run more than 70 innovation-focused workshops, Tomislav Buljubasic, author of 7innovation, has a strong understanding of what it takes for individuals and teams to realize their full potential. Having even created an app … Continue reading Creative Tools for Innovation (Interview)
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 link. Continue reading TrendHunter 2014 Trend Report Top 20
Everyday, I check for new content on some web-sites which are full of advices, new ideas, trends or just good vibrations. Here, I would give just the 5 best everyday inspirational web-sites:
First, I must mention Innovation Excellence which bring everyday 5-6 new post from the field of Creativity and innovation Management.
Here is the TrendHunter’s look at top 20 trends for next year: Continue reading Top Trends for 2013
I often play following game with my two sons (5 and 3 years old): we place their cars-toys in rows depending on the country of origin. So, Toyota goes to Japan, Ford to USA, Audi to Germany…
At the end we have funny graphics: The state of automobile industry through toys 🙂
How is your IDEA PERCEPTION? Great video by Fredrik Haren, author of “idea book”. Continue reading How is you idea perception (video by F.Haren)
The biggest risk associated with innovation is not to innovate. If the company does not have innovations, it allows competition to shape the future. New ideas will shape the market that will no longer be interested in old products. Because of this, we can say that sometimes the challenges of innovation are big, but the risk of non-innovating is much higher. In other words: Standing on the same place is like going backwards! So, companies should look to the future – to new trends and new opportunities. How to scan that? Just catch-up with latest news on your domain … Continue reading The biggest risk is not to innovate!
Interesting article in McKinseyQuarterly where they describe 10 upcoming tech-enabled business trends: 1. Distributed cocreation moves into the mainstream 2. Making the network the organization 3. Collaboration at scale 4. The growing ‘Internet of Things’ 5. Experimentation and big data 6. Wiring for a sustainable world 7. Imagining anything as a service 8. The age of the multisided business model 9. Innovating from the bottom of the pyramid 10. Producing public good on the grid The story of open innovation is part of some trends, also Cloud Computing(SaaS) take part in some. Innovating from the bottom of the pyramid is … Continue reading 10 tech-enabled business trends
In recent times everything that sits around the corner is ‘green’. Concerning IT we could see many headlines about Green IT. The main point is that Green IT is not just the savings in Data Centers. The topic of Data Center savings is well covered and it’s widely known that this ‘works’.But, what is with other aspects of using IT innovations to generate savings & reduce CO2 emissions and energy consumption?First, the public transportation is used enough in some countries (certainly in Croatia) – with innovations in that sector this could be changed, specially after the rise of oil prices … Continue reading what is green IT?
IBM revealed a list with 5 top innovation that have biggest potential in next 5 years.1. It will be easy for you to be green and save money doing it2. The way you drive will be completely different3. You are what you eat, so you will know what you eat4. Your cell phone will be your wallet, your ticket broker, your concierge, your bank, your shopping buddy, and more5. Doctors will get enhanced “super-senses” to better diagnose and treat youlink Continue reading ibm’s top 5 ideas for next 5 years