Posts Tagged ‘mass-customization’

Mass Career Customization

This podcast of HBR’s IdeaCast looks interesting, but, well, I haven’t checked it out yet … Harvard Business Online’s Steve Singer talks with Cathleen Benko, co-author of Mass Career Customization: Aligning the Workplace with Today’s Nontraditional Workforce. Here’s the book descripition (via Amazon), and you may learn more about the authors at Deloitte: Far-reaching changes […]

Philips enters Second Life to co-create with end users

Via Putting People First, I learned about Philips entering Second Life to co-create with end users, updating this post with crowdsourcing, user innovation and mass customization aspects, that go nicely with business model innovating. [building] a collaborative working space for the real and virtual worlds […] to gain feedback on innovation concepts, engage residents in […]

The Culture of Participation

More on the idea of consumer participation … updating these posts on mass customization businesses like Zazzle post of late: Digital technology is providing people with the tools to produce and share content like never before, and it is set to throw the relationship between them and institutions into turmoil This will without doubt offer […]

To Internet Stores, It’s All About the Personal Touch

On two mass customization business models of the next generation, one of them also peddling user generated content to other users … an interesting business model Zazzle has there … Zazzle allows customers to combine and change many of the images offered. while CafePress plays more by the traditional rules … CafePress acts as a […]