Category Archives: Innovation

Top 3 Technology Trends for January

Looking in to the crystal ball for 2012, a number of new technologies and trends will become evident this year. In my opinion, there are 3 significant and interlinked trends that will become critical for financial institutions. 1. Big Data Big … Continue reading

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Looking Over The Precipice – PART 3

In parts 1 and 2 of “Looking Over The Precipice”, I discussed the current barriers to innovation along with the 3 stages of how an organisation responds to the global downturn. In the final posting for the series, I will … Continue reading

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Looking Over The Precipice – PART 2

In my previous post “Looking Over The Precipice – PART 1”, I discussed that 66% of organisations have no clear strategy for innovation. In this posting, I will explain how to get behind the statistics and how you can embrace … Continue reading

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Looking Over the Precipice – PART 1

In my capacity as an Innovation expert, I was recently asked to present to the CIO Executive council on the role that Innovation plays in a global down turn market. Key to the presentation was a recent survey from the … Continue reading

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What Role Does Innovation Play In A Downturn Market

Innovation means many things to many people. For me, Innovation is centred on introducing changes through new methods, ideas or products to drive competitive advantage and gain market share. Boom To Bust Historically, in boom years, the trend of innovation … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing in Innovation – Complex Event Processing

As reported by the FT, Vendors and customers alike have it as an article of faith that investment in data processing technology can impart competitive advantage – or “Vorsprung durch Technik” as Audi the carmaker has been telling us in … Continue reading

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