I’coming back on an article titled “Teaming Up to Crack Innovation Enterprise Integration” and issued in the Harvard Business Review in last november. It has many interests : it’s about the vital problematic of innovation, it shows this so-called innovation can only be distributed and rely on sharing, it shows how such principles can be […]
I recently bumped into a post putting community managers on their guards : if they can’t demonstrate / deliver any ROI they may face very hard times in a near future. In the one hand I share the idea according to which, “external” community management (that is not the same thing as community management for […]
A little time ago I wrote about Cisco’s Human Network. One of the point I raised was to know is Cisco was about to only play a facilitator’s game or try to exploit its network’s fruits when relevant. The answer was obvious, but now it gets materialized and is called I-Prize. It’s nothing less that […]
Distributed innovation, collaboration with clients and partners are becoming central in companies’ strategic reflexion. To learn more about this subject I often discuss here, it’s at McKinsey’s.
After some days “off” (too busy at work to take care of my blog), this is the second post of my series about how enterprise may support strategy. After human capital comes information capital. It’s about assessing the availability of the information systems, networks and infrastructure which aee needed to support strategy. A first sight […]
When we talk about enterprise 2.0 it’s often about organization or marketing. But it can also be about activities that are not directly business related but ma be important considering the societal role enterpises now have to play in a protean ecosystem. That’s the purpose in which Cisco launched Human-Network in France. I know there’s […]
When talking about innovation there’s many things people objectively agree. Objectively only, become for some it’s still hard to put into action what they understand. Some say it’s because of fear, intertia, resistance to change…but wouldn’t it be because they misunderstand the very reasons that make innovation compulsory ? First of all, let’s list the […]
I never write anything about my projects and clients in my job at blueKiwi two reasons : first the company has it own site to communicate and, second, there’s always a suspicion about objectivity when you talk about your employer. But sometimes, I need to find examples to illustrate what I say and I don’t […]