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Proud to be leading a fantastic team of designers, strategists and creatives
innovation  strategicdesign  from twitter_favs
10 weeks ago by mattedgar
This week we announced we've become with to help promote through data…
innovation  digitalpartners  ICYMI  from twitter_favs
april 2018 by mattedgar
The potential for health apps is phenomenal- inviting submissions for app library…
innovation  from twitter_favs
march 2018 by mattedgar
Business model or product can't flourish within an organization contained & encumbered by best practice…
innovation  from twitter_favs
march 2018 by mattedgar
Brag about your Failures
If you want to change a corporate culture which is risk averse, start by bragging about your failures
innovation  from twitter_favs
february 2018 by mattedgar
RT : Develop your skills in and and experience co-creating a working prototype at
innovation  servicedesign  GGovJam  from twitter
april 2017 by mattedgar
Apple Never Invented Anything | Monday Note
"the “executive chef” in trade parlance — with a unique gift for picking ingredients and whipping up unique products."
innovation  apple 
september 2012 by mattedgar
Musing gently about the cost of change – confused of calcutta
" An inspection of the ratio between fixed and variable costs for each part of the estate may provide a proxy for the innovation capability of that part of the estate."
change  innovation  costs 
november 2011 by mattedgar
InnovationHuebnerTFSC2005.pdf (application/pdf Object)
"In conclusion, the evidence presented indicates that the rate of innovation reached a peak over a
hundred years ago and is now in decline. This decline is most likely due to an economic limit of
technology or a limit of the human brain that we are approaching. We are now approximately 85% of the
way to this limit, and the pace of technological development will diminish with each passing year."
innovation  change  technology 
september 2011 by mattedgar
Drop Innovation from Your Vocabulary - Jack Springman - Harvard Business Review
"Over the past ten years, innovation has become an industry in itself. Innovation experts are the first to encourage businesses to be heretical and challenge the widespread assumptions of their industry. Perhaps it is now time to do the same with innovation? Companies that achieve high-growth rates do so because they create increasing value for an increasing number of customers. Focusing on that rather than innovation will increase the likelihood of success. "
innovation  language  customers  focus 
september 2011 by mattedgar
A smaller gear, or a stronger steel. « Magical Nihilism
“It was a phenomenon Galileo had noticed before; improvements at the artisanal level passed from workshop to workshop without scholars or princes knowing anything about them, and so it often happened that suddenly workshops everywhere could all make a smaller gear, or a stronger steel.”
technology  innovation  transmission 
june 2011 by mattedgar
potlatch: new paper: 'Knowing the Unknowable'
"Locked in a mentality that views the future through the orthodox economistʼs lens of risk, they struggle to make space for engagement with uncertainty..."
innovation  un  certainty  economics  business  management 
may 2011 by mattedgar
W. Brian Arthur Vs Silicon Roundabout, ‘Start-Up Britain’ and other shake-and-bake approaches « Magical Nihilism
"Building a capacity for advanced technology is not like planning production in a socialist economy, but more like growing a rock garden. Planting, watering, and weeding are more appropriate than five-year plans."
innovation  london  technology  places  capabilities 
march 2011 by mattedgar
Design Thinking Won’t Save You « Helen Walters
"what every organization looking to embrace design as a genuine differentiating factor needs: a business expert who is able to act as a whole hearted champion of the value of design"
design  thinking  salvation  business  innovation 
march 2011 by mattedgar
We All Work at Enron Now - Umair Haque - Harvard Business Review
"The Enron effect is highly hazardous because it lethally poisons incentives. Incentives shape human behavior — and overcounting benefits and undercounting costs is a surefire way to blunt our incentives to innovate, to take on ambitious goals, and create real value. In fact, understating costs and overstating benefits creates disincentives to do that, and creates, instead, incentives to at best rest on your fading laurels forever — and at worst, extract, exploit, purloin, loot, glad-hand, and pass the buck."
business  enron  economics  innovation  incentives 
march 2011 by mattedgar
Live Blog: Apple Unveils Thinner, Lighter iPad 2 | Gadget Lab |
Steve: “It’s in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough. That it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us with the results”
technology  arts  innovation  apple 
march 2011 by mattedgar
Tapping the Innovative Masses - Technology Review
RT @choosenick: UK home brew hackers invent more than all formal R&D spend: [@tomwm]
technology  innovation  consumer  production  design 
february 2011 by mattedgar
Rough Type: Nicholas Carr's Blog: Cities of the page
"Jeremiah Dittmar, an American University professor who has been studying the economic consequences of the early diffusion of printing technology, provides a striking visual representation of the print explosion, showing how, over just 50 years, printing presses spread from a single city - Gutenberg's Mainz - to more than 200 cities throughout Europe"
cities  innovation  printing  history  diffision 
february 2011 by mattedgar
"My grandfather grew up in the 1900s in a world of horse-drawn carts and candle-lit houses. In the following 50 years he would live through a series of astonishing transformations – electricity, the motor car, television and radio, the telephone, the refrigerator, the vacuum-cleaner, penicillin and the aeroplane, just to name a few. It was not just these things that made the 20th century what it was. Their production was industrialised. They created huge employment and wealth.
I grew up in the 1960s and have experienced no such parallel transformations. Certainly, over the past 15 years, the mobile phone and internet have changed the way we all communicate. But the world of the early 2010s is recognisably the same as the early 1960s. The technologies have all incrementally advanced but the artefacts of, say, Mad Men are essentially the same, whereas those in, say, Downton Abbey are not. We live broadly as we did 50 years ago."
change  innovation  history  stagnation 
february 2011 by mattedgar
Telepocalypse by Martin Geddes: A trillion here, a trillion there...
"The Internet is not a medium, it is a meta-medium that allows new media to be created at will."
history  time  innovation  big  technology 
january 2011 by mattedgar
The Local Maximum - 52 Weeks of UX
"In order to design through the local maximum we need a balance between the science-minded testing methodology and the intuitive sense designers use when making big changes. We need to intelligently alternate between innovation and optimization, as both are required to design great user experiences."
design  innovation  testing  user  experience  optimisation 
december 2010 by mattedgar
Catalhoyuk: a city with no streets via @genmon - nicolasnova's posterous
RT @fishRpeople2: streets had to be invented: really nice little snippet via @nicolasnova
cities  streets  innovation  places  history 
november 2010 by mattedgar
Shanghai IBLAC Speech :: Charles Leadbeater
innovation  cities  rules  tools  culture 
september 2010 by mattedgar
russell davies: more faster horse
"Imagine what horses might be like now if science/industry had devoted as much attention to improving them as we've devoted to the internal combustion engine and industrial production. Horses would be INCREDIBLE." Brilliant
android:bookmarks  innovation  user  centred  design  better  horses 
september 2010 by mattedgar
leedsLAB » Leeds Lab Inaugural Meeting
RT @mikechitty: #LeedsLab write up is here
leeds  innovation  lab 
august 2010 by mattedgar
Measuring Measures - blog - The Next Silicon Valley
"The way to create the next silicon valley is to not try to create the next silicon valley, but to reflect on your city's passions, circumstances, personality and resources, and then innovate accordingly."
business  culture  silicon  valley  innovation  history  technology  startups 
august 2010 by mattedgar
NESTA - Driving Innovation in Cities
"Achieving economic growth and recovery when faced with an empty public purse and a radical agenda for devolution mean the need to innovate is greater then ever. So how can cities create an environment in which businesses and the public and third sectors can innovate more, better and faster? How can the new government's agenda enable cities to drive economic growth with innovation?"
places  cities  manchester  innovation  uk 
july 2010 by mattedgar
plate and serve
"And I think the golden thread that I can trace right through to service design is a fascination for designed narrative and structure. Creating something that is fully artificial (an argument, a film, a website) which to the reader/viewer/user feels totally organic. A great essay, film, website or service should speak for itself – it doesn’t need description or instruction. I like the idea of doing all the hard work so someone gets something intuitive, polished and seamless. That’s what I try to do for services – take that artificial thing and make it feel natural."
creativity  design  innovation  service  stories 
july 2010 by mattedgar
Towards An Innovation Lab for Leeds? « Community Development
RT @mikechitty: Who would you like to see involved in shaping an innovation lab for #Leeds?
leeds  cities  communities  innovation  development 
june 2010 by mattedgar
(R)Evolutions In Management Consulting | Forrester Blogs
"The next decade will represent the decade of management consulting innovation, as it's reached its local peak. Consulting service provider strategists are being forced to not only innovate their clients' businesses but their own businesses, too. "
consulting  innovation  dogfood 
june 2010 by mattedgar
“Design thinking is a nonsensical phrase that deserves to die” – Don Norman- 90 Percent of Everything
"When I was at Apple, we did a lot of design research [...] We did a lot. We worried about all these fundamental things. We did user studies. We went to people’s homes. [...] You know what Steve jobs did when he arrived? He fired all of us! And guess what resulted? Better products! Which have revolutionized the way we use machines. And he fired the usability groups as well.”
design  thinking  innovation  donnorman  usability  user  experience 
june 2010 by mattedgar
Imran Ali: OLPC's Real Legacy
"OLPC's gravitational effect on the industry's giants may be barely discernable, but it's role as a global lobbying power and concept house drawn them all towards its vision."
one  laptop  per  child  olpc  innovation  cost  ipad  tablet  pc 
june 2010 by mattedgar
Left out in the cold: How tech innovation favors the rich - Computerworld
"It is no surprise then that much of the gadgetry and Web services leaping from the minds of talented young innovators are geared toward young, well-educated, affluent white kids -- people just like them. When was the last time you heard of a groundbreaking tech product targeting seniors, the disabled or young black men?"
android:bookmarks  technology  innovation  wealth  in  equality 
may 2010 by mattedgar
Richard Seymour on Eastman Innovation Lab - Core77
"As Richard Seymour sees it, designers by the nature of their work are futurists. "The least time it takes to produce a product and get it on the shelf is a couple of years," he says. "Sometimes it can be 10-15 years. So you're already dealing with the future when you sit at your desk in the morning."
android:bookmarks  design  innovation  future  ism 
may 2010 by mattedgar
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