Why Aren’t Smartphones Making Us More Productive?

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An estimated 130 million smartphones are roaming U.S. streets, but economists haven’t been able to measure how they improve worker productivity. (With 130 million smartphones in U.S., economists have yet to detect an increase in our productivity.

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Forrester Forecast US Online retailers 2010-2016

松井玲奈This week is about retail. Impressive figures and – at least – kind of a disruptive innovation. What do you think?

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Why You Should Use Co-Creation To Build A Better Product In 2011 | Forrester Blogs

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Not that recent. But it is my firm belief that many of us still deny the benefits. Let’s day that co-creation will be used to design better services in 2012.

Found at Why You Should Use Co-Creation To Build A Better Product In 2011 | Forrester Blogs.

 

I’ve written a lot about co-creation over the past 9 months, demonstrating how it helps consumer product strategy (CPS) professionals develop better products. A majorityof companies are not yet using social technologies to involve consumers in the product development process, but that will soon change.  We expect an increasing number of companies to move from the education phase into the experimental phase in 2011 and 2012 — or risk being left behind while their competitors move forward. Why do we expect co-creation to take off over the next two years?  The research provides a compelling case:

Why You Should Use Co-Creation To Build A Better Product In 2011 | Forrester Blog

 

 

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