Following the interview on Cliffcentral.com two weeks ago on innovation during The Leadership Platform show, I was asked to return. This time the conversation was about technology. You can download the podcast here. Richard, Shawn and Daniel (left to right) After 30 minutes, the attention switched to a small and medium enterprise. I had invited… Continue reading Radio interview on technology
I had the privilege of being interviewed by Richard Angus (CEO The Finance Team) on the Business Masterclass programme on Cliffcentral.com. The topic of the interview was about concepts on knowledge and knowledge management that are relevant for business leaders. Listen to the podcast here. During this 30 minute interview we talk about several knowledge concepts, like… Continue reading Interview on knowledge for innovation
This is the second post in this series about building technological capability. I believe that this technological capability is best developed by an innovation systems approach with a particular view on emergent properties of the system. I have written before about the importance of taking a business perspective on an innovation system here and here.… Continue reading Post 2: Technological capability: enabling enterprises to innovate
In development practice reference is often made to technology as being about hardware (equipment) and software. “Software” is borrowed from information technology to mean the invisible stuff that makes things work, in other words knowledge especially in its coded (tacit) form. This is clumsy. There is a close relationship between innovation and technology, and that… Continue reading Technology: what do we mean?
The news services are alive with reports that Finland has declared broadband of 1mb/s a basic right for all Finns. Quite interestingly commercial service providers will be obliged to provide this service from 1 July to all households. No I can hear you all say “but that is a developed country, we have different priorities… Continue reading What is the effect of Finland declaring broadband a basic right?
Have you also noticed that increasingly local economic development is captured by the public sector, often from a governance perspective, while the role of the private sector and its own development gets reduced to a consultative stakeholder? I find this amusing, as the private sector is the acknowledged driver of growth and increased wealth. I… Continue reading Shifting towards innovation and technology application