Monthly Archives: June 2010

As Innovation Month ends …

June was designated as Innovation Month in New England, and several events hosted throughout the northeastern U.S. encouraged innovators (or aspiring innovators) to mix it up. For our part, we visited the World Innovation Forum, hosted¬†Greenbelt training for Idea Central users, launched a new product, and attended an “innobeer” event linked to the Enterprise 2.0 […]

On processes, competitive advantage

Over at Logipi today, Sara Husk, head of Imaginatik’s professional services team, and I delve into what it means to apply collective intelligence solutions to your business processes, and in the meantime make those processes a source of competitive advantage. Logipi is a social network built around Logistics and Supply Chain Management communities.

Social media wins, and a case study to match

Today at Fast Company, blogger Drew Neisser tells the story of one tiny marketing team with a tiny budget that was able to develop some “game-changing steps to social media innovation” with myPlanNet. From a marketing perspective, it is easy to say “We’ve generated returns from our social media initiative” when the cost to engage […]

A list of innovation lists

One of the widely Tweeted blog posts to come out of the 2010 World Innovation Forum (WIF) was Boris Pluskowski’s take on the “Four People to Avoid at Your Next Innovation Conference,” in which Boris introduces us to “Sammy Satisfied,” “Tommy the ToolMan” and others you’re likely to encounter at such forums as the WIF. […]

2010 World Innovation Forum recap

“Ideas that spread, win.” “Replace the fear of the unknown with curiosity.” “Don’t think outside the box; find a good box and think inside it.” The 2010 World Innovation Forum held June 8-9 in New York City was packed with pearls like these, offering some of the world’s best and largest companies a way to […]

Jeffrey Hollender – Building a Better World

World Innovation Forum 2010 –¬† Jeffrey Hollender, co-founder of Seventh Generation speaking on Building a Better World. Click here to follow the presentation

Joel Makower – Green Business

World Innovation Forum speaker Joel Makower speaks on Green Business. Click here to follow the presentation

A Conversation with Xerox’s CEO

Ursula Burns, CEO of Xerox, speaking at the World Innovation Forum 2010. Click here to follow the presentation

Wendy Kopp – Educational Opportunities

World Innovation Forum 2010 speaker Wendy Kopp presenting Realizing Educational Opportunities for All. Click here to follow the presentation

Brian Shawn Cohen – Tech Innovation

World Innovation Forum 2010 – Brian Shawn Cohen speaks on the Next Wave of Technology Innovation. Click here to follow the presentation

Seth Godin – Marketing Innovation

Seth Godin speaking at the World Innovation Forum 2010 on Marketing Innovation. Click here to follow the presentation

Biz Stone – Social Networking

Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, speaking on Social Networking at the World Innovation Forum 2010. Click here to follow the presentation