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.
Why have these four letters of « tech » been so central to innovation and market growth these last decades and how do we still misinterpret them?
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.
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.
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…
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?
A glimpse in my current work on autonomous vehicles with a few (undisclosed) customers and how the innovation mindset in this market is rewritten as we speak.
We use innovation to say many things, which usually translates in being smart and fast about it. This is a wide-spread fallacy. Let’s understand why…
After trying not to sell stand-alone training programs for execs for so many years, we must admit that this is more necessary than ever. Let’s discuss what we want to offer and why: