Monthly Archives: May 2011

Base of the Pyramid Innovation

When speaking about innovation, we usually think about the latest electronic gadget such as a tablet computer (ex. iPad2), a cellphone or even a car. Because this is culturally-based, the response would be different in other countries.  What very often … Continue reading

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Should We Innovate The Model for Libraries?

I go to my local library every week. Why? My son’s school requires that he read a book a day so we go through an enormous number of books each school year. The thing is that our city’s budget is … Continue reading

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Airlines Need To Innovate The Consumer Experience

Ask anyone these days how was their last flight and the most common answer is “uneventful”.  That is the consumer expectation for flying these days and that speaks volume to the state on the industry. Since September 11, 2001, the industry has … Continue reading

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What Can We Learn from P&G’s New Laundry Pods?

Judging for the response to P&G’s new laundry pods, there isn’t much excitement about this latest innovation in laundry care.  Maybe it is due to the fact that a lot of innovation these days has been called “game changing” when … Continue reading

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