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  • Here’s Why You Should Think Twice Before Listening To Business Gurus

    Probably the hardest thing in business is to innovate consistently, year after year and decade after decade. Take a look at any industry at any point in time and you’ll find one company that seems to have hit on a secret formula only to find that ten years later that things have gone awry. ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Amazon, Apple, Compaq, core, Customers, Experian, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, operations, Steve Jobs

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  • The Genius of Iconic Brands

    I believe the truly iconic brands, like iconic figures in the arts, sciences, and society at large, are the direct result of innovative genius.Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2017/09/29/the-genius-of-iconic-brands/ By: Lou KillefferPosted: September 29, 2017, 12:00 pm

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Apple, Case Study, Creativity, Customers, Design, Disruption, Innovation, Product Innovation, Profiles of Innovators, brands

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  • Moderne Arbeitswelten bei Microsoft, Apple und Facebook in the group Lean Six Sigma Deutschland

    Wie arbeiten Microsoft, Facebook und Apple? Sind die Arbeitsplätze dort so innovativ wie ihre Produkte? Wir werfen einen Blick auf die neuen Headquarters der Internetgiganten und sind überrascht von deren Begrünung. Original: http://www.management-circle.de/blog/moderne-arbeitsw...

    Tags: Blogartikel, Digitalisierung, Immobilien, Personal, Apple, Facebook, Immobilienforum Hamburg, Innovation, Microsoft, moderne Büroimmobilien, Zukunft der Arbeit

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  • Prosperous Innovation

    What better subject matter for our new blog layout than innovation? This post is by Dr. Domenico Lepore, an international expert on systems thinking for management. Together with Oded Cohen he developed the Decalogue Management Methodology, combining the management philosophy of the founding fath...

    Tags: Systems Thinking, systems view of the world, Apple, government funding, innovation

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  • The Secret to Managing Creative Projects (while looking for the next big hit)

    In any industry, innovation is essentially an arms race. If you’re not creating the next big thing, someone else is seizing the opportunity to define it. The problem is, there’s a lot of time between the moment when you first envision a new concept and the moment when it actually hits...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Apple, Build Capability, collaboration, Creativity, Feature Of The Week, Innovation, Processes & Tools

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  • Designing Workspaces To Solve Problems

    Apple’s new campus, Apple Park opened to both adulation and criticism. The Los Angeles Times’ architecture critic, upon seeing the original design, called it a “retrograde cocoon.” USA Today pointed out that opening up a glitzy new headquarters is often a signal of impendi...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Apple, architecture, creative workplace, Google, IBM Research, interior design

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  • One Thing Steve Jobs Did at Apple That Will Instantly Improve Your Productivity

    Distraction is always the enemy. Here’s one simple technique to maintain focus on what’s really important. Busy Work So, if we are going to talk about productivity we need to get one thing straight from the outset; busy does not equate to productive. Try this experiment; go around for...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Leadership, Apple, personal productivity, Steve Jobs, success

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  • An American Student In An iPhone Factory | Business Insider | Kif Leswing

      “Imagine going to work at 7:30 every night and spending the next 12 hours, including meals and breaks, inside a factory where your only job is to insert a single screw into the back of a smartphone, repeating the … Continue reading → Original: http://michelbaudin.com/2...

    Tags: Press clippings, Apple, iPhone Assembly, Manufacturing in China

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  • Government has a big Role to play in Innovation

    Steve Jobs announced the iPhone to the world on 9 January 2007.  This iconic product became a sensational success and propelled Apple to become the most valuable company on Earth.  It created a new product category, the smartphone, which has become the must-have item for people in all n...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Government, Apple, ARPANET, cern, DARPA, iphone, Steve Jobs

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  • Coming up with the next big thing isn’t just your job

    There's a viral video that makes it's way around during the winter holidays in which Star Trek's Captain Picard repeats his trademark command, "Make it so." (A play on the holiday jingle "Make it Snow.") We'd all like to lead like Picard, but in the real world it's not that easy, especially when ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, culture, Feature Of The Week, Leadership, Apple, Creativity, future, ipod, Star Trek, Steve Jobs, Tony Fadell, Trends

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