Tuesday, November 27th, 2012 Posted in Interesting Links, random brainsqualls | No Comments »
Humans, like all other species, have been driven to leave a genetic legacy on this earth. Then we became the only species to develop culture to deal with change. Cultural ... Read more..
Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 Posted in adoption of innovation, business model innovation, culture 6.0, social innovation | No Comments »
I had a great conversation with Carnegie Mellon Professor Chris Labash this week. We discussed a wide range of topics as they relate to innovation, including:
The role of technology
The importance ... Read more..
Thursday, November 1st, 2012 Posted in adoption of innovation, culture 6.0, Hyper Social Enterprise, innovation | 13 Comments »
Unless your company acts as a single tribe, which most companies don't, you don't have a single corporate culture. Therein lies the problem with most corporate culture initiatives -- they ... Read more..
Tuesday, October 16th, 2012 Posted in adoption of innovation, buying behaviour, Collaboration, human resources, social innovation | 6 Comments »
Last week I wrote for the Collaborative Innovation blog about the fact that perhaps you do not need a culture of innovation, since innovation has been an integral part of the ... Read more..
Friday, October 12th, 2012 Posted in branding, cmo2.0, human resources, Interesting Links, self-organization | 5 Comments »
Many companies have employer brands (that part of the brand that you show to prospective talent) that are different from their consumer brands (that part of the brand that you ... Read more..
Tuesday, September 11th, 2012 Posted in business model innovation, culture 6.0, Hyper Social Enterprise, Strategy, tribalization of business | No Comments »
Many culture scholars would argue that you always have to deal with layers of cultures. There is the gender layer, the religious layer, the ethnic layer, the regional or nationality ... Read more..
Monday, September 10th, 2012 Posted in culture 6.0, Hyper Social Enterprise, social innovation | 1 Comment »
Being in the process of writing a book on culture, we quickly got frustrated with the existing models to evaluate and measure culture. We found many models such as the ... Read more..
Monday, August 27th, 2012 Posted in culture 6.0, Strategy | 1 Comment »
One of the most important Human 1.0 characteristic is culture. According to human evolutionary biologists, humans developed culture (broadly defined as tools, language, rituals, etc.) during the rapid climate swings ... Read more..
Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 Posted in cmo2.0 | 1 Comment »
My first CIO 2.0 conversation with Shirley Cunningham, the CIO at Monsanto, was truly a 2.0 conversation. Shirley has a rich background. Hailing from Scotland, she held many positions in ... Read more..
Saturday, June 25th, 2011 Posted in culture 6.0, Hyper Social Enterprise, marketing, Strategy | 4 Comments »
There was a lot of talk at this week's Enterprise 2.0 Conference about creating unified customer experiences. Questions being bantered around included who should own the unified customer experience and ... Read more..