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November 06, 2005
A massive innovation blog from a design experience company.
Mark Vanderbeeken trackbacked me and I checked out his company's blog--wow. It has a long list of innovation blogs that may prove valuable to anyone interested in experience design, innovation and design in generation. Vanderbeeken is one of four partners in Experientia, a Turin-based consultancy.
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If you're looking for a very active weblog on the topic of business innovation, may I recommend my Innovation Weblog at http://www.innovationtools.com/weblog/innovation-weblog.asp. In addition to a variety of weekly posts on innovation topics, this page contains a blogroll that lists nearly 30 of the very best innovation and creativity-related blogs.
Posted by: Chuck Frey at November 8, 2005 02:17 PM
The last time many of these blogs posted an article was months ago. What's up? I'm new at blogging, experienced at innovation conceiving and reconceiving categories and brands with Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Coca-Cola, and post just about daily. My current tasks include working with large organizations to turn mature earnings companies back into rapid growth businesses. Our company's innovation processes reverse the effects of mature product lifecycles - a phenomenon Harvard Business School has called "Reverse Positioning." Get fired up about innovation! Yes, seeking links.
Posted by: Martin Calle at September 5, 2006 09:31 AM
I have a blog that is focused on "Innovaton + User Experience". It covers topics that range from usability, to innovation strategies. It is the only blog I know of that is available in French, Spanish and English.
I am an active writer who elaborated on the BusinessWeek article of April 24, 2006 by writing a book that focused on a good number of the same companies BusinessWeek nominated as the World's Most Innovative Companies 2006.
The book is called: "Innovation Strategies of the World's Most Innovative Companies."
Posted by: Daniel Montano at September 7, 2006 02:56 AM