Successful innovation management is primarily about recognizing and understanding effective routines and facilitating their emergence across the organization.
The European Commission needs to address some of the fundamental barriers preventing member states from reaping and sharing productivity and creativity gains.
Ericsson shares its own experiences of creating a new kind of corporate learning.
This involves more than just a simple bolt-on to the existing power grid.
The notion is that the internet and social media are killing old-school television. But consumer research reveals that TV is not necessarily a loser in tomorrow’s increasingly complex media consumption behavior. Understanding the multifaceted nature of TV is crucial to all players in the market.
The old, boring, unadorned reality will soon not be enough for us anymore. But is augmented reality super cyberpunk or serious business? Michael Liebhold of the Institute for the Future thinks it’s the latter.
Reinventing money - By lowering transaction costs and empowering small business, mobile solutions may have a profound impact by stimulating the very nerve-ends and finest blood cells in the circulatory system of any country’s economy. This sounds great, so what is the problem? First, there isn’t a single market – it’s in fact a case of serious fragmentation. Nothing seems to be interoperable. In this issue of EBR we take a closer look at what needs to be done about it.
Chile’s roll out of broadband to rural areas is setting a new trend. Could this be the model for government – industry collaboration?
Business-model innovation can have a far more profound effect on profitability than any other type of innovation. But innovation needs to be managed.
Don’t throw in the towel. Operators can offer consumers and content providers the choice between various levels of service quality, creating a new two-sided business model.