Innovate or Die

Jim Stikeleather, from Dell Enterprises, has put together a fantastic look at the future of innovation. The topics range from the degrees of innovation, the role that technology plays, and an architecture for systemic innovation.

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  1. Bill Harte on March 30, 2012 at 11:47 am

    Fantastic presentation! Just wish I had seen the delivery alongside the slides… any video of the presentation? YouTube, Vimeo?

  2. Victor Newman on June 21, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    It’ all about people. This contextual web stuff is useful but why make it so complex when reality is going to shift so fast? The key issue is not processes or methods -although they are useful: the real issue is about connecting the right people together to create new market value. If your innovation Translators can’t find Creators with great ideas and put them into a value context you won’t even have a prototype of the potential value, and if you cannot find a Stabilisor, then you will not be able to construct a technology and disciplines to consistently deliver value. Finally, without a Navigator – you won’t be in control of the value lifecycle.

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