E-Commerce with an emphasis on Social Technologies
Running in between PIMA and ICMG with tons of follow-up from the former while getting organized for the latter. Geesh! All the while, Cleveland and the Midwest is getting pummeled by “snow-pocalypse”.
Future note to keep me accountable: At the closing session, I asked several attendees the question, “What is the one thing you would say to someone who wasn’t here regarding all the innovation content we heard?” And then, “What is the one BIG barrier to innovation that we must overcome?” Really looking forward to sharing the content with you.. very interesting mosaic of comments. Look for that next week.
In the meantime, a few thoughts collected real-time. Curious for reader comments. Btw, if you are serious about Social Technologies, especially as they relate to Innovation, Mobile, Viral Marketing, e-Word-of-Mouth, etc., I’m meeting with a few clients at the Scott Klososky Enterprise Social Tech Bootcamp in Dallas in early March. I’ve got one open spot left.
Unknown and unarticulated needs
Culture of failure is important
No such thing as B2B anymore – just the relative distance from the consumer.
…the things that didn’t work… “We lucked into innovation…”
“Big Slow Staid Bureaucratic”
good descriptive of our industry
“All the innovation is already there; you just have to unleash it.”
#1 Solve for Ideas
Innovation process… THEN product development process
#2 Unpeel you Onion – innovation is already there…
“disruptive innovation: product or utility that does less and cost less”
Huffington – embrace the new economy, embrace the link economy
Captivating and compelling use of innovation. Gobs and gobs of take-aways…
Meantime – Brand project, continuing the discussion on Linkedin, lots of client engagements, Innovation
What was your take-away from the conference? Good for you? What about some of these concepts? If you weren’t there, feel free to ask questions. Perhaps the reader crowd can bring clarity. Please Comment below. Thanks in advance.