In the wake of the recent US election, innovators from all horizons should make sure to take away a thing or two about innovation.
Many myths have been generated around serial entrepreneurs, high achievers, or successful CEOs as mentors. Science says he doesn’t even need to be an entrepreneur.
I wouldn’t like to be you having to explain to my boss what is innovation, and why he’s not doing it right. But it happens that as consultants this is pretty much what we do every day. Here’s how…
You may think that to innovate like an entrepreneur you need to be fearless, wrong! You’ll be much more successful when innovating with motivational fear.
Five prevalent impediments push corporations away from sound partnerships with startups.
Business medias are crazy about industrials working with startups, but we seldom discuss how should startup apply to corporate incubation programs. Shall we try to do that?
Anger is a negative and unproductive emotion. It only makes sense to root it out of any sensible organization. Or does it really?
Because you know what the iPhone is, you probably take it for granted and see it as a mere evolution of its initial inception in 2007.
We explore in this article the 3 main ways of how business scalability works, and consider what’s wrong in Europe with startups.
Three key success criteria of creating mentoring matches and how they are impacted by the various forms of matching.
You may not think that reading about traditional Japanese arts, or architecture, could help you innovate. You’d be wrong.
We all think that we are rational beings, but what if you shouldn’t be? Or more precisely, what if you shouldn’t share the same rationality as overs?
Indisputably London will be less of a European hub for startups in the next 2-3 years. Where should you go now?
‘Apple is doomed’ is a recurring mantra of tech / business analysts. Should we buy this omen in the perspective of the WWDC 2016 keynote?
Corporations have a new-found love for startups, and they broadcast it as loudly as possible in all medias. Why is that such a dumb idea to start with, and how to adjust?
Even when you think you understand innovation, you probably don’t. Not really.
The business model canvas has been adopted wordlwide by small and big organizations. In the end it only delivers sticky notes on a wall. Shouldn’t we aim higher than that?