Why are some companies consistently create breakthrough innovations while others can't innovate themselves out of a hole? Ask David Croslin.
David Greenfield delivers practical information about tools and technologies that enable organizational teams to work more effectively with one another.
A new trend in innovation management (aka ideation) platforms that I'm seeing I think will mark the beginning of the next generation of our industry. With them you'll be able to help your organizations move from creative brainstorming to implementation in a far easier and more effective way than today.
Innovation software platforms aren't just the domain of Fortune 500 organizations even local government is getting into the act. I recently has the opportunity with Chris Vein, CIO for the city and county of San Francisco, about an effort to use crowdsourcing to address some of the city's woes.
One of the more interesting twists to come out of a recent conversation I had with Paul Pluschkell, the CEO of Spigit, was a novel way they're working with Cisco to change employee Web surfing habits. Web surfing habits are a big concern of organizations today.
The business world revolves around the new and growing ideas of the people who work within its confines. But often the best ideas come when we're out and about not behind the desk.
Well, I can’t say that I am terribly surprised to see that this company is moving with such quick paces. It is the way the big players in the technology industry have to work.
On April 16, Microsoft’s Newsroom included an article entitled, “Microsoft Word 2010 Coauthoring Enables Multiple People to Work on a Document at the Same Time.” The piece discussed the coauthoring collaboration tool that is supposed to be all the rage when this Office Suite is finally released to the public.
Today there is so much business done online that one would hardly have to speak to another human being in order to continue with life in more or less the same manner as usual. That being said, it is a constant game of trying to grab the attention of virtual viewers over the millions of other websites that make their home on the World Wide Web.
With all the hubbub I've had to say about BlackBerry and the Androids recently, it is time to, once again, take a look at the iPhone- only it may appear a bit different than before. Apple announced the shipment of iPhone OS 4 this summer at its media day today and with it the iPhone will change significantly.
The super successful financial software, Quickbooks, was recently made available online and via web application for customer testing on the iPhone, BlackBerry, and other smartphones. The software, which aids in bookkeeping, customer account tracking, and other equally important financial task, has made itself a favorite of a great number of small businesses nationwide for its user-friendliness and affordability.