Change With Purpose – Part 4: innovation endgames

I was going make Part 4 of this series about the role of virtual tech in retail experience design, but this video seems a more appropriate follow-up to Parts 1 and 3. I stumbled onto it over the weekend (and I just finally saw Chris Nolan's somewhat flawed but nonetheless beautiful < ...
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It's that time again: Christmas is coming, you're somewhere between done-with-my-shopping and haven't-started-my-shopping, and you are trying to wrap your head around what to get your favorite cyclist this year. (Everyone has a cyclist in their life nowadays, whether they're speed-obsessed racers  ...
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In Parts 1 and 2, we talked about the vital importance of innovation for any industry. It doesn't matter if you make cars, vaccines, consumer electronics or running shoes, you need to push forward every year, every season, every month and every day. Innovation isn't just an objective, ...
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Change With Purpose – Part 2: the opportunity engine

I just got back from Dassault Systemes'#3DXforum in Las Vegas, where I spent the better part of a week getting acquainted with some of the world's most advanced innovation acceleration tools and many of the brilliant minds behind them, and since my mind is still abuzz with a thousand ...
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Change with purpose – Part 1: inevitable innovation

At 8am on a beautiful November morning, I was sitting in the Cosmopolitan's Chelsea auditorium in Las Vegas, wondering how in the world I was going to write about some of the bold moves that Dassault Systemes has been making these past few years, at least in a way that would make sense to an ...
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The CMO and the Cloud, Part 7: the #CloudTalk interview

Instead of reading a 20,000 word post today, watch (or listen to) my #CloudTalk interview with Daniel Newman and Brian Fanzo. We discussed, among other things, the impact that technology is having on the marketing profession (particularly the cloud and the capabilities it brings to organizations - ...
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World War 1 officially ended in Compiègne, France, on November 11, 1918. In just four short years, 'the war to end all wars' had claimed roughly 17 million lives and left over 20 million additional men, women and children wounded.Almost 100 years later, November 11th is still, in many parts of th ...
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