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From Learn to Earn: How HP is Reinventing the Partner User Experience

In Business and Leadership by Vincent BrissotLeave a Comment

Last summer, I wrote about the difference between invisible and visible innovation—that is, how visible innovation is iteration-driven and built around features, and invisible innovation is inspired by redefining processes and experiences. Both approaches have value, of course, especially given today’s fast-paced marketplace. But what happens when they collide? I’m in a unique position to answer that question because at HP, …

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Six Ways Leaders Can Build a Culture of Innovation

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What makes an enterprise organization successful? Is it a phenomenal understanding of the market? A visionary growth strategy? A value-driven customer focus? A strategy that enables digital transformation, both from a tech standpoint and a culture standpoint? Yes, yes, and yes. So many yesses. But there’s something else, something that would fall into the “all of the above” category: Winning …

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The More Things Change—Thinking Forward for Your Organization

In Business and Leadership by Daniel Newman1 Comment

It’s estimated that 65 percent of preschoolers today will grow up to fill positions that do not exist right now, making it crucial for organizations to flex their creativity as they prepare for new opportunities. What’s essential for today’s companies is to build for multiple possible futures, attract newcomers based on forward-thinking infrastructure, and connect individuals and teams with purposeful …

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Wendy’s Introduces Self-Serve Robots into the Fast Food Experience

In Business and Leadership by Shelly KramerLeave a Comment

In tech news that’s interesting to me, Wendy’s recently announced the intention to roll out the robots—or, in this case, 1,000 self-ordering kiosks—in high volume locations during the course of 2017.  Even more interesting, David Trim, the company’s Chief Information Officer, reports that the company expects to see a return on investment in robot tech within two years or less …