‘Business Models et al.’ Archive

Business model innovation

Fast-moving competition, technology trend reversals, changing customer expectations? Business model innovation can unlock new competitive advantages Hidden away in long-established and even seemingly stagnant industries, they are clearly still there: the innovative concepts, revolutionary inventions and forward-thinking business models that have the potential to make billions. And the secret of such success? Ideas that enable […]

20 years of goodness

20 years of goodness distilled into three minutes … cool as it can be: I remember making my first baby steps with Linux in the early nineties, thanks to a friend and early evangelist who showed me the sensation … and after some Xenteded Pause I reclimbed the wagon around Hoary times. No regrets, no.

Open Data, ePolitik und ein offener Betatest

genau so soll man es machen … Elektrischer Reporter – Elektrischer Reporter – Phase III – Pilot

Program or be programmed

In reference to a twitter conversation that got spurred by me buzzing this Schockwellenreiter blog post

Smart analytics and machine reasoning

Using advanced computing and emerging technology, IBM is building a natural language processing computer code-named Watson to compete in the game show Jeopardy. This is something that I missed so far – supercomputing smart analytics – learned about it only yesterday here at Lotusphere (I will blog about the executive meeting / briefing where it […]

IT innovations is for chickens

Via Dirk S. – who like we all knows that IT isn’t is for chickens poultry ; )

Business models that rocked in 2010

I am getting back into the flow of blogging – starting with the easy stuff, ie. link-blogging cool stuff I found on the netz. Via Manuel Koelman, business models that rocked in 2010: 10 business models that rocked 2010 – by @nickdemey (boardofinnovation.com) View more presentations from Board of Innovation (BOI).