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Posts from Date:   2012-8

Coming Up for Air and Diving Into Catalyst 2012

by Darin Stewart  |  August 8, 2012

For the past few weeks I’ve been immersed in work on open innovation, linked data and expertise sharing.  I’ve managed to sneak out a couple of related blog posts during that time but most of my effort has be focused on writing a new research report, “Radical Openness: Profiting from data you didn’t create, people […]

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The Red Queen’s Deadly Effect on Innovation

by Darin Stewart  |  August 6, 2012

The one element of innovation that seems incontrovertible is that it must happen faster than it has in the past. Product lifecycles are shrinking dramatically across all industries. In the automotive industry, for example, a 48-month development cycle and six year model were once standard practice. Today concept-to-production times are below 24 months and several […]

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The World Has Changed. Innovation Strategy Should Too.

by Darin Stewart  |  August 1, 2012

Innovation is the lifeblood of the modern enterprise. Companies must continually revise, refine and expand their portfolio of products and competencies if they are to thrive in the modern economy. The ability to identify or create new opportunities and to respond to those opportunities is often the determining factor in the success of failure of […]

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