One of the most important decisions a business (c-suite/board/leadership team/investors) can make is which flavour of innovation is the right fit for their ambition in relation to countering disruption, creating compelling customer product experiences, moving from an analog to a cognitive business and also embracing new business models. There are 7 core flavours of innovation, … Continue reading 7 flavours of innovation
Product Strategy: visualised Good books and practitioners of product strategy have tried to outline what strategy is and how it translates into actionable practice over the past few years. Thinking about strategy is not new, of course, but its application to the internet economy and digital products has really been defined more clearly over the … Continue reading Must read: Product Strategy
Within my roles at Yahoo!, AOL & News Corp, I have had to lead remote teams or distributed teams across 4 continents, who together aligned around global or regional customer & business outcomes. These experiences, alongside the improvement in collaboration tools, has meant that the teams at IAG have been able to step into lockdown … Continue reading Lessons from leading remote teams & people
Traditional organisational structures of businesses, for decades, have been primarily hierarchical: layers of close-watching management and seniority determined by company tenure. When it comes to building modern organisations, especially when integrating or driven by remote employees, there is a better way to future proof your organisation. The traditional top-down team hierarchy The attributes of a … Continue reading In the right shape for the future?
A series of words/phrases that have had impact on my life in 2014: medium for the mind make it real collaboration in action recipes for life ping, the tap on the shoulder life through a lens reading, more reading continuing adventures What are yours? #wordsof2014
Over the past weeks, whilst research the next challenge, this phrase has risen to the top of my discussion/thoughts/comments over and over again, in relation to digital media and experiences … elegance and simplicity. So, it was with joy this morning that I read Joshua Porter’s; Principles of User Interaction Design, which simply outlines all … Continue reading Elegance and simplicity