A slideshow by Arik R. Johnson presented in the KMWorld2006 at San Jose, California provides an overview how CI has evolved over the past 25 years to become more and more bottom-up. The show links CI to disruptive innovation
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Booz Allen Hamilton proposed the concept of intelligent innovation as a new approach to innovation combining the analytical rigor of the control regime with a softer side encompassing creativity, curiosity, pattern recognition, cultural sensitivity, leadership,
Benchmarking is understood as an improvement process in which a company, organisation or any other (multi-organisational) system carries out three processes:
This blueprint on Strategic Intelligence and Innovative Clusters is the result of a collaborative project of more than two years in duration which brought together 6 European regions and whose work is at the forefront of cluster policy. Its production was made possible by support from the EU’s Interreg III C programme, which was designed to promote inter-regional cooperation
New Survey by Institute for the Future and IEEE Spectrum suggests impact of science and technology on life in the next 50 Years. More than 700 IEEE Fellows tried to foresee such things better than most, because they have so much to do with bringing them about.
Businesses must prioritise managing intellectual property and flexibility of work time and location to control organisational change over the next 10 years, according to the latest report from the Orange Future Enterprise coalition. “The way to work: space, place and technology in 2016” sets out the challenges to business of the future in light of evolving social, economic, political and organisational pressures.
Shaping the Next One Hundred Years: New Methods for Quantitative, Long-Term Policy Analysis, published by the RAND Pardee Center, demonstrates a quantitative approach to making practical and powerful inquiries about the long-term implications of today’s actions. This approach combines some of the best features of narrative scenario analysis with quantitative decision methods that have been developed and applied at RAND for more than five decades.