An update on one of the tools we use to copilot innovation project with startups or industrials, and a peak at the logic behind these tools.
I will be contributing a chapter about decoding emotions at work to the book « The Female Code » which will be out this summer. Stay tuned.
Innovation trends such as « dark kitchens » in food delivery business, might seems far away from your market. You might actually not realize how they paint a target on your industry’s back.
Masculine values are central to many things in business, but not for innovation where feminine values are critical. If only there was a simple way to get more of them… Oh, wait.
Forecasts about technology might actually see where tech is going, but more importantly they put into light the underlying key cycles in society and the industry.
Ads are both a boon and a problem for digital media groups. Today Vox Media launches an alternative business model worth considering.
I discuss quite a lot how corporations could or should rewrite their innovation playbook. But what about public offices in charge of funding entrepreneurship?
Most large companies now have a mature innovation process, associated with on-going frustrations and often, disillusionment. In 2020, we may have an opportunity to shake things up…
Although deepfakes might be discussed a lot these days, we might not realize that a deeper level the digital economy is shaped so that we don’t distinguish information from promotion anymore.
Many narratives used when talking innovation are not very robust when you start really looking into them. Some of them like the David vs. Goliath story can even be very misleading.
There is this on-going narrative that technology is a neutral force. This is what you’ve heard on and on again in conferences or tech media. I vehemently dispute that.
Self-cannibalization is often understood as something normal in business when you have to jump to the new version of an old best-seller. In innovation? It’s not that simple…
Bose is closing most of its brick and mortar shops internationally. Is it a sound move to concentrate on e-commerce? Or is it the symptom of a poor strategic vision?
Startup investment in Europe is still under the spell of the US logic. What if startups were not about online pizza deliveries or throw-away scooters clogging our street?