It’s hard to write about innovation within your own corporation, so I don’t usually, but this new corporate blog/content aggregator from Standard & Poor’s Capital IQ is extremely interesting.
Most corporate online efforts, including blogging, have a corporate point of view and throw content/attitude/marking/products at you. This site, which shows management changes in different industries, is open source that allows comments and feedback. You can get updates by RSS or evmail, use widgets to submit news, and, of course, check the comings and goings of bosses and buddies around the world.
Now I wonder what happens when someone moves from one company to another and a colleague or subordinate writes a comment about the TRUTH of that person’s abilities. Or how about a lie? Ah, the world of social media. David Armano points me to this piece which speaks to our current corporate life.
Want to stop talking about innovation and learn how to make it work for you? Bruce Nussbaum takes you deep into the latest thinking about innovation and design with daily scoops, provocative perspectives and case studies. Nussbaum is at the center of a global conversation on the growing discipline of innovation and the deepening field of design thinking. Read him to discover what social networking works—and what doesn’t. Discover where service innovation is going and how experience design is shaping up. Learn which schools are graduating the most creative talent and which consulting firms are the hottest. And get his take on what the smartest companies are doing in the U.S., Asia and Europe, far ahead of the pack.