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Here's a great and short 13 minute talk by Geoffrey Moore. In January of this year, a revised edition of his 1990 classic book, Crossing the Chasm, has been released. It includes new examples and content to help bridge the gap between what's new and...

Global competition and food industry challenges demand new models of food production. Recently, Nestlé has presented its modular factories that the company expects to start operating first in Africa, and then in Asia. The flexibility of modular production systems is also the idea behind “Portable...

Which are the values and common behaviors of innovative companies? The question has been successfully answered in numerous articles and books. Summarizing, here are some of the insights from three of the answers I find relevant, those of Jeffrey Baumgartner’s, Gijs van Wulfen’s, and Hal...

Attracting talent is a major challenge today for companies and also one of its most valuable assets, especially for those who concentrate their efforts on innovating, improving and finding solutions to the challenges in their areas of activity. As I have discussed on several occasions with my friend...

Innovation is difficult to master and to define, with a lot of products simply being upgraded claiming to be innovative. Research shows that only one out of seven official innovation projects successfully reach the market. Perseverance is needed while a lot of people working on...

There has been a lot of in the past few weeks around the decision of the electric car company Tesla of opening its license’s patents. I find it really encouraging for innovation, and the debate surrounding the decision. Collaboration is needed now more than ever...

Processes and structures for innovation are changing. The digital revolution has democratized the access of innovators to equipments, manufacturing systems, as well as knowledge. Innovation has been accelerated and companies are looking beyond their internal research and structures to connect with external inputs. In this...