Category Archives for Innovation

→ Kathy Sierra: creating the minimum badass user

Kathy Sierra on Creating the minimum badass user:

09. July 2013 by Jean Friesewinkel
Categories: Design, Innovation, Software engineering | Tags: , | 1 comment

→ Using data to inform strategy

Interesting post by Steven Sinofsky exploring the relationship between data, strategy and product development. Like developing a great recommendation in strategy consulting, developing a great product takes data. Data that justifies an innovative product is generally not yet available, which … Continue reading

19. March 2013 by Jean Friesewinkel
Categories: Data economy, Innovation, Links, Strategy | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

→ Better Than Human: Why Robots Will — And Must — Take Our Jobs

Must-read piece by Kevin Kelly arguing why robots will take over many of our jobs… and why we should embrace them. Read the full essay on Wired.com

07. January 2013 by Jean Friesewinkel
Categories: Innovation, Philosophy, Towards the Singularity | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

★ Google Now is Now Google’s most important product

Dieter Bohn over on The Verge has a great profile of Google Now (via Kyle Baxter). Google Now is so exciting. It’s like Google has finally found a way to reinvent itself, remarkably without diversifying away from its core. I personally … Continue reading

31. October 2012 by Jean Friesewinkel
Categories: Innovation, Links, Phones | Leave a comment

→ PandoMonthly Fireside Chat With Elon Musk

Speaking of Elon Musk, if you don’t want to read the full Business Week profile I just posted (or, if you find his views interesting, as I do), he was also on a PandoMonthly fireside chat last July. Highly recommended. … Continue reading

15. October 2012 by Jean Friesewinkel
Categories: Back to the Big Ideas, Car Manufacturing, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Links, Space Exploration, Startups | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

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