Posts Tagged ‘Nokia’

The Power of “and”-innovating at Nokia

Does Nokia need a new innovation recipe? That’s the underlying question posed by Consultaglobal, via Innovating to Win. This is interesting stuff, now that I collected some stuff on Googley innovation, questionable strategy tax, internal innovation practices and sustainable innovation, the McKinsey interview with Jarkko Sairanen comes handy. The article mentions blending business thinking into […]

Nokia’s Newest Is No Cell Phone

Interesting article, noting the pitfalls that wait for companies that push the limits of their turf: In a risky move into consumer electronics, [Nokia] is launching a wireless Web surfer based on Linux […] Nokia, the world’s largest cell-phone maker, has a new wireless device. It isn’t a mobile phone. And it doesn’t use a […]