Innovation

New Firefox released

Enjoy! The award winning browser from Mozilla has just moved into it’s PR (Preview Release), for those of you not familar with software development that means the final release before it’s offically moved to 1.0. So what are you waiting for? Go check it out now.

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Life in 2014

Wow. I wonder if this guy was at the Futuring Conference the FIC members attended? Anyway check out this great little article for the way life should be in 2014. Here’s a sample: “Our mornings will still begin with waking up. But forget the old-fashioned alarm-clock buzzer. Tomorrow’s bedside clock will be a sophisticated brainwave monitor. It’ll keep track of ...

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Exercise you innovation muscles

In the July American Demographics (subscription needed) a guy named Andrew Zolli wrote a commentary about the changing opportunities that talented people will have in the emerging global economy. He chronicled transitions that occurred during the 20th century as the US economy moved from tangible commodities to product-driven commodities to a service-based economy. Now, says Zolli: …we find ourselves on ...

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Harvaed Business Review, 3 articles on Innovation

The July-August 2004 Harvard Business Review had 3 articles on innovation. Darwin and the Demon, Innovating Within Established Enterpises, by Geoffrey A. Moore. Moore draws a life-cycle model and shows that enterprises must mutate the core comptences over time to sustain attractive returne. There is Application, Disruptive, Product, Process, Experimental, Marketing, Business Model, and Structural Innovation. In Rosabeth Moss Kanter’s ...

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