Philippe MEDA

Philippe MEDA

Haarlem
Philippe has worked with hundreds of startups since 2007, consulted for dozens of multinationals on rupture innovation and corporate incubation. He also commits classes for MBAs in Paris and Shanghai.
Dec
07
πŸ’© The truth about the first-mover advantage

πŸ’© The truth about the first-mover advantage

In 1988, Marvin B. Lieberman and David B. Montgomery, both eminent professors at Stanford Business School, theorized the notion of
2 min read
Dec
06
🀯 Midjounrey, Chatgpt, and the pressure cooker effect of rupture innovation

🀯 Midjounrey, Chatgpt, and the pressure cooker effect of rupture innovation

All the recent commotion about midjourney, dall-e, stable diffusion or (even more recently) chatgpt is rather interesting. ChatGPT launched on
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Dec
05
πŸ₯” The teslanomics of electric trucks

πŸ₯” The teslanomics of electric trucks

You have probably read that Tesla is finally delivering its full electric class 8 semi-trailer truck, only three years late.
2 min read
Dec
02
🧭 7 Questions to map your future

🧭 7 Questions to map your future

I evoked last week how clever expedients are useful for innovators, and I wanted to share one example this Friday.
1 min read
Dec
01
🟒 How (removing) friction is the secret sauce to digital innovation

🟒 How (removing) friction is the secret sauce to digital innovation

Digital has become such a force that we've become blinded and frequently fail to understand the core mechanisms at play. Sometimes though, these mechanisms cut both ways. Let's discuss how removing friction is critical to leverage digital and can also become toxic.
4 min read
Nov
30
πŸ”‹ The Model Y as a Big Mac index

πŸ”‹ The Model Y as a Big Mac index

I wanted to share an interesting snapshot from Bloomberg discussing the cost of a Tesla Model as a Big Mac
1 min read
Nov
29
🧐 The problem(s) with ideation in innovation programs

🧐 The problem(s) with ideation in innovation programs

Whether you deal with an intrapreneurship program or another flavor of corporate innovation, chances are that you are starting with
2 min read
Nov
28
⛽️ Is there a future for the gas station?

⛽️ Is there a future for the gas station?

The demand for gas is now on a stable downward trajectory. In 2030, McKinsey estimated a drop to $79bn, down
3 min read
Nov
25
πŸ‘‹ You can now find me on Post

πŸ‘‹ You can now find me on Post

As I briefly explained a few days ago, I don't intend to spend much more time on Twitter with the
1 min read
Nov
25
πŸ’© The cost of the World Cup

πŸ’© The cost of the World Cup

Qatar has spent $220bn to build an entire city and its various infrastructure to host the Mondial World Cup. The
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