SVT News broadcasted a segment about the disruptive technology of drawing out textile fiber from old cotton clothes on Sunday 21/10/12. A lot of the clothes we consumers buy end up in the trash. It has come to the point where the clothing industry sees a pending shortage of… Continue reading Wargön in the news
This month I attended an online conference about innovation. It was organized by Pipeline on a virtual exhibition platform. I have to say that this was a great way to listen to various seminars, network and wander the exhibition hall at your own time and from the comfort of your office. One could participate through… Continue reading Does your CEO want to make history?
MORE ACTION Sweden and Scandinavia is innovating with a goal-oriented leadership and open environments. That is good, but to maximize the innovation power Sweden and the Scandinavian countries need to add a little bit of MacGyver. For some time, we have measured and evaluated a large number of companies’ and organizations’ innovation ability with a… Continue reading Elevate Sweden and Scandinavia with Lean Startups
How offers become almost impossible to copy WHAT ARE YOU SELLING? By understanding what you are actually selling, you can find your unique abilities and become sustainably competitive. Sitting on the plane home from Monaco and have just, together with some Bearing colleagues, run our innovation management program at Monaco’s business school and the MBA program… Continue reading Lady Gaga takes innovation to avant-garde levels
INNOVATED INNOVATION Constant, incremental innovation of products or services has become a hygiene factor. This innovation is often easy to copy and consequently it does not create any strategic values. So how are strategic values being created today? Already in 1975, Kodak developed their first digital camera but did not dare to challenge their business… Continue reading Values are created on the outer edges – The reason for Kodak’s bankruptcy
Innovation is a way of getting competitive advantage which is well known and documented since ancient times, ranging from machinery, war equipment to the beauty industry and all trial building the perpetuum mobile. What´s happened lately is the paradigm shift of opening up the innovation process from being secret and closed towards inviting for collective… Continue reading One big open innovation square dance…
Driving back and forth to you job in Munbai is like smoking a packaged of cigarettes, and nothing become better. Indian government spend 17 dollar per capita and year in infrastructure while China spend 116 dollar. The Indian mentality is pretty much having a back-up plan for the back-up plan while China is straighter forward, which… Continue reading Is the Indian IT miracle over?