Monthly Archives: August 2021

Digital Transformation Virtual Office Hours – Session One

84% of digital transformations fail, according to research by Michael Gale of PulsePoint Group. A digital transformation is the journey between a company’s current business operations to a reimagined version of itself from the perspective of how a digital native … Continue reading

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Co-creating Future-fit Organizations

GUEST POST from Janet Sernack In our second blog in this series of three, we opened the door to a threshold for a new kind of co-creative, collaborative and cohesive team spirit that catalyzes change through “innovation evangelism”. Focusing on building both … Continue reading

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Scaling-up, the next frontier for innovation organization

Guest Post from Nicolas Bry How to transform innovative bottom-up initiatives into a movement spread across the company? How to scale your innovation program widely? Here are a few lessons learned from creating innovation programs in Europe, and tweaking them … Continue reading

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Digital Transformation – Ask Me Anything on LinkedIn

Ask Me Anything on LinkedIn about Digital Transformation On Tuesday, August 31, 2021 at 11am EDT I will we be hosting an Ask Me Anything session on LinkedIn about Digital Transformation. To participate in this first in a series of … Continue reading

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What is your sickcare technology burnout impact factor (BIF)?

Guest Post from Arlen Meyers A group of former and current providers convened recently to discuss how digital transformation can be both contributing to and alleviating burnout. Technofatigue, innovation fatigue and change fatigue are as ubiquitous as the Delta variant in unvaccinated people. It’s … Continue reading

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Thank You for Your Thinkers50 Nominations

Just wanted to write a quick post to thank you all for your support over the years as I’ve done my best to make innovation insights accessible for the greater good. Whether you started following along when I launched Blogging … Continue reading

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Innovation Teams Do Not Innovate

Guest Post from Janet Sernack In our first blog in this series of three blogs, we reinforced and validated the importance and role of collaboration. We then described the range of emerging new, inspirational, and adaptive models that lean into complexity and … Continue reading

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Why so much medical technoskepticism?

Guest Post from Arlen Meyers Medicine has transitioned from high touch to high tech to low trust. The explosion of post COVID technology “innovations” is leaving a wake of skepticism from the healing class. As noted, Covid-19 let virtual medicine out … Continue reading

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Avoid the Addition Bias

Guest Post from Paul Sloane Have you noticed that almost every photo that you take with your camera or mobile phone can be improved by cropping?  As we take away extraneous background details, we bring the subject into clearer view.  … Continue reading

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The Rebirth of Blogging Innovation

Join Us Here at Human-Centered Change and Innovation Fifteen years ago I started writing Blogging Innovation on a cumbersome platform called Blogger. It started as a place to share my observations and insights about business and innovation. Leveraging what I … Continue reading

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