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Making Innovation Happen

A Global Aggregation of Leading Edge Articles on Management Innovation, Creative Leadership, Creativity and Innovation.  

This is the official blog of Ralph Kerle, Chairman, the Creative Leadership Forum. The views expressed are his own and do not represent the views of the International or National Advisory Board members. ______________________________________________________________________________________


Entries in computers (3)


Watch as a young Steve Jobs brainstorms with the NeXT team in 1985....

What is quite extraoridnary about these videos is that Jobs saw the Apple computer as a way of revolutionising higher education. The sad reflection as you will see here is that Apple the company revolutionised the computer, music and telecommunications but failed to move the most important contemporary civilising industry - education!!

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Managing Information In The Enterprise and The Cost of Failing To Do So - New Forbes Global Survey.

In their effort to turn piles of data into actionable information, large global enterprises are applying rigorous strategic thinking to using information management to contain costs and provide a competitive advantage. This study uncovers significant trends, misconceptions, and underlying roadblocks to better information management. How important is this? The study found that data-related problems could be costing most enterprises more than $5 million annually.

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The Impossibility of Keeping Up With Change - April Editor’s Note from MIT Sloan Management Review

This is a great editorial from the MIT Sloan Management Review on the impossibility of keeping up with change. "...I want to pass along a story about a Cray supercomputer and your computer — a story that’s partly about change but mostly about our inability to keep up with it. First, though, some context. In the new Spring 2010 issue of MIT Sloan Management Review you’ll find five loosely linked stories that spring from one far-reaching trend: the smart-tech explosion. The continued exponential increases in computing power, storage capacity, communications speed and, now, “smart-world” instrumentation have produced both a flood of new data and also new ways to analyze and use the data in that flood.

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