Crossposting again …

Some more posts in my Business Model Innovation and Design blog that are worthy of being noted in this blog as well, same procedure as always.

Again, only posts that relate to innovation work, web 2.0 innovations, knowledge work and consulting:

The innovation fad is over … ah, not yet.

Payback on Innovation is what we need, listen to a podcast

Where the Coffee Shop Meets the Cubicle on co-working and here on the virtual workplace

Wikinomics @ brand eins german post, pointing to a german language interview with Don Tapscott

What is wikinomics? … learn more in a podcast

Innovationsmanagement @ Yahoo! german again, but some links to english language posts of interest

Storytellers make up the skills gap on storytelling (in knowledge work)

The Greatest Innovations of All Time on innovation management (and narrow-mindedness in innovation processes)

Teqlo zum zweiten on mash-ups, pointing to a nice screencast by Rod Boothby

Craig Burton in IT conversations … on the Enterprise of One, a discussion of how new technology has stripped the old business models away

A pointer to Henry Chesbrough on open innovation business models

It’s the strength of your business process versus those of your competitors … while implementation is hard

And last but not least, Russ Ackoff interview and some f-laws

3 Responses to “Crossposting again …”

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  2. frogpond says:

    You’re welome, but readers please be aware that there’s more content and a link to a sample chapter at the BMID-blog 😉

  3. […] Again, it’s time to note some posts in my business model innovation and design (BMID) blog that are frogpond-relevant, i.e. Web 2.0 or innovation related: […]

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