Having never really got in to Delicious (which may, in light of recent news, be a good thing) I’m increasingly using the “Favourite” feature of Twitter to bookmark interesting articles. The following are a selection of some I’ve read over the last few months that others may enjoy:
“The real product of innovation“- Jeffrey Phillips discusses changing mindsets vs introducing new products.
“The innovation matrix“- 9 different types of corporate innovator (by @timkastelle).
“How technology and innovation drive global development“- interview with the Information Infrastructure & Innovation adviser to India’s Prime Minister.
“Introducing the first dropper“- an alternative view on the influence of the early adopter.
“31 innovation questions (and answers)“- a useful summary of some commonly asked questions with good answers.
“How to avoid the nightmare of disruptive innovation“- article about continuous innovation.
“Innovation leaders: what makes manor tick?“- insight in to how local government can change/ be changed.
“Answer one question to be a better manager…What would I do differently if everyone reporting to me was a volunteer?“- thought-provoking perspective on management.
“You and your job”– Short-n-sharp tips on when to leave a job
“Engage your employees- 5 must-dos in 2011“- some useful suggestions (which links with this article on “Giving new hires a great start”).
“Cube Grenades: cartoons to help your business kick ass”– amusing cartoons for companies/ advertising campaigns.
“Making sense of complex issues through data and design”– Data visualisations (for more on this I highly recommend the book “Information is beautiful“.
“The scale of the universe“- awesome scaling diagram.
“Abandoned Britain“- half day nerd trips.