I don’t consider Steve Jobs as a great innovator

24 Apr 11 icoInnovación
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If we conduct a survey on who is the most innovating person nowadays, many people would mention Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. Jobs appears in his own right as a clear benchmarker of innovation. Personally, I appreciate Jobs’ work and vision and it is part of my list of benchmarkers but I do not particularly consider Jobs as a great innovator;...

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Teamdividualism and the basic concepts for the development of innovation

17 Feb 11 icoInnovación
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In 2006 I wrote along with Alfons Cornella the book ‘La Alquimia de la Innovación’ (‘The alchemy of innovation’); in which we described 10 words or contexts that we both considered to be fundamental for the development of innovation and strategy in companies; words like hybridation, authentic/honest, teamdividualism, territory/frontier, ephemeral/effervescent, capillarity, catalysis, failure, radical and innovators were characterized according to...

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Innovating is not dusting the table

16 Jan 11 icoInnovación
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One of the most frequently asked questions during my lectures or asked by our clients is: What is better, to innovate from inside or from outside? The question is focused on distinguishing if the best or the most efficient innovation is the one developed by the companies’ own resources or, on the contrary, if contracting out external resources or teams...

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