ROCking Innovation

ROCking Innovation

My engineering thesis was all about diagnosing irregular heartbeats. The problem almost seems easy – I was given data for about 110,000 heartbeats, each one already diagnosed by a team of doctors as either ‘normal’ or ‘irregular’. The aim was to create a computer program that correctly

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Social Motivation at Work

Social Motivation at Work

The inspiration for this post is the TED Blog article What motivates us at work? 7 fascinating studies that give insights. How can these seven studies gives us insights into motivations of people at work in connected enterprises? While the studies aren’t directed at the connected workplace,

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Evolution of Crowdsourced Innovation

Evolution of Crowdsourced Innovation

The end of crowdsourced innovation as we know it? Maybe we just need to think a bit more about how crowdsourcing can be used as part of an innovation program, and where it can really add value. Crowdsourcing, at least publicly, used to be about widening the

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5 Tips For Responsiveness

5 Tips For Responsiveness

I got asked by a friend the other day whether my website was ‘responsive’. The answer should, of course, be “yes”. Is it really that simple though – are there not degrees of responsiveness? The word “responsive” is bandied around like a bunch of other management speak

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