🔴 Does innovation deliver progress? (It's complicated)
We collectively still conflate progress and innovation. Not that progress doesn't exist, but it's anything but an immutable law of physics, like gravity or the speed of light. Here are my two cents on science, technology, innovation, and progress.
🔴 The Romanesco effect: Reimagining, Diversification, and Reduction.
We make a lot of fuss about innovation frameworks and strategies, whereas innovation is a simple mechanism. It's about Reimagining, Diversification, and from time to time a rare but groundbreaking Reduction.
🔴 Is Amazon Healthcare inevitable in Europe? (Yes)
With the acquisition of One Medical, Amazon might become one of the most powerful American healthcare providers. While it might finally fix some of the U.S. life expectancy steady decline, Europe should realize that Amazon barging into our medical system is also inevitable (it already started).
🔴 Is Citroën's AMI leapfrogging Tesla's master plan?
On the surface, the success of the Citroën AMI as a light electric car is endearing. But despite its promises it might be a cautionary tale for the rest of us in the industry.
🔴 Apple discretely unveils Apple cars; not the Apple Car
After yesterday Apple's WWDC 2022 annual keynote, it's difficult to zoom out from the myriad of software tweaks and products announcement (only a new Mac, really). Let's deep dive into what might have been discretely unveiled. Apple cars.
🔴 Does business research matter?
In a world shaken by so many struggles, we're starting today a short series questioning the logic and practices of business schools, academia, and executive education.
🔴 What the video-game market tells us about innovation trends
This is a kind of mixed-bag Friday post with a few headlines that caught my eye this week about the