Posts Tagged ‘blogs’

New age of Innovation

That’s the name of a new blog by a team of people promoting and exploring the ideas outlined in the new book by C.K. Prahalad and M.S. Krishnan “The New Age of Innovation: Mobilizing Global Networks to Unlock Co-Created Value in Your Company”: This is a place to talk about business innovation: What is it? […]

Bits aka “Business Innovation Technology Society”

Introducing Bits, a new blog by the New York Times. You know me, I will definitely follow this kind of twisted business-technology stuff:

Blog of note

Disorganizational Behavior Exploring why people and organizations act the way they do Interesting blog by Travis A. Sinquefield. Yes, I will follow his endeavours, if only because I suspect that many interesting organizations show pathological traits – even when they’re not dead yet. And employing and exploring innovative metaphors in organizational settings can give food […]

Should businesses blog?

Article discussing blogs in a corporate environment, altogether positive and thoughtful, noting for one that … likely to happen is that the underlying technology of blogging– the software, the syndication– will become tools in corporate arsenals, but “blogs” as a specific literary phenomenon will be rare in the corporate world. of course, because … for […]