As Andy Mullholland pointed out in a recent post, all too often we manage our businesses by looking out the rear window to see where we’ve been, rather than looking forward to see where we’re going. How we use information
Another week and another collection of interesting ideas from around the internet. As always, thoughts and/or comments are greatly appreciated. This issue: Pixar’s Brad Bird on Fostering Innovation [GIGAOM] Steve Jobs hired him, says Bird, because after three successes (Toy
Andy Mulholland has a nice build on my value of information bit over at Capgemini’s CTO blog, flipping the sense of the figure and showing how the time axis also connects to internal vs. external focus, and IT’s shift from
When does a good method become the only method? The one true approach to solving a problem; the approach which will bind them all. The last few decades has seen radical change in our social and business environments, while the
I’ve uploaded another presentation to SlideShare. (Still trying to work through the backlog.) This is something that I had been doing for banks and insurance companies as part of their “thought leadership” sessions. A new company enters the market in
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This week: why nothing is ever simple, why you can’t innovate like Apple, inside the secret overlap, and what U.S. citizens think of innovation.
Had an interesting chat with a CIO the other day. He’s been pushed to provide documentation in the field to meet regulatory requirements. This documentation needs to exist separately from the primary systems that the folk in the field use
So what do you do with the first post to a blog? I’m still trying to understand if I want Posterous to replace my existing blog (http://peter.evans-greenwood.com/), or to compliment it. I expect I’ll send this so there’s something in