Innovation Excellence | Gary Hamel on Building Innovation Capability

See on Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations Watch Gary Hamel, co-founder of the Management Innovation eXchange (MIX), discuss how to make innovation an everyday, everywhere capability. My point of view: Read the book and act. Really appreciated the reference from mr. Hamel that a boxer can walk on two feet, but prefers four (the dog of course). See on http://www.innovationexcellence.com Photocredit:  patriciapriet Related articles Financial Services 3.0 – Gary Hamel: Are you really serious about innovation? | Management Innovation eXchange Translation of social ideas into the language of HR and Organizational Development is the big challenge! Service Design Thinking … Continue reading Innovation Excellence | Gary Hamel on Building Innovation Capability

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Gary Hamel, Scott Keller and Colin Price: Beyond Performance

Gary Hamel talks with Scott Keller and Colin Price, authors of “Beyond Performance: How great organizations build ultimate competitive advantage“, about the difference between short-term performance and long-term health. The book, which aims to bring more rigor and analytical discipline to organizational behavior, draws on the authors’ work as partners with McKinsey & Company’s Organization practice. Photocredit: Read A Conspiracy of Paper Related articles Change Your Employees’ Minds, Change Your Business (blogs.hbr.org)

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Book review: David A Aaker’s Brand relevance

How to create a blue ocean strategy is one of this year’s themes on this blog. A little bit late – the book was published early 2011 – I decided to read Brand Relevance.   David A Aaker’s publisher claims that ”  Branding guru Aaker shows how to eliminate the competition and become the lead brand in your market.   This  ground-breaking book defines the concept of brand relevance using dozens of case studies-Prius, Whole Foods, Westin, iPad and more-and explains how brand relevance drives market dynamics, which generates opportunities for your brand and threats for the competition. Aaker reveals … Continue reading Book review: David A Aaker’s Brand relevance

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Bridging the Values Gap | Blog | design mind

Usually i have a limited quote. This is an exception. Can you understand why Found at Bridging the Values Gap | Blog | design mind.  What citizens, in the U.S. and elsewhere, demand are new, more collaborative and inclusive models of value creation that produce meaning as much as profits. Many leading business thinkers, from Gary Hamel to Michael Porter are listening to this groundswell. Beyond conventional concepts of corporate social responsibility, the discourse has shifted to more fundamental questions that prompt us to rethink the very gestalt of the enterprise. Hamel proclaims the “reinvention of management” to make our organizations more human-oriented, Porter promotes … Continue reading Bridging the Values Gap | Blog | design mind

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Not agreeing (in a certain extent with) We’re all marketers now – McKinsey Quarterly

Yes, it is true that marketing, sales, pr, customer services and corporate communications are converging. But still, to claim that we are all marketers. Better use would be customer servants or something like that. What word (future profession will u suggest)? Found at We’re all marketers now – McKinsey Quarterly – Marketing & Sales – Strategy. For the past decade, marketers have been adjusting to a new era of deep customer engagement. They’ve tacked on new functions, such as social-media management; altered processes to better integrate advertising campaigns online, on television, and in print; and added staff with Web expertise to manage … Continue reading Not agreeing (in a certain extent with) We’re all marketers now – McKinsey Quarterly

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