- 16 Stunning Statistics that Forecast the Future of the Internet of Things
- 3 Industries That Will Be Transformed By AI, Machine Learning And Big Data In The Next Decade - Forbes
- A top Silicon Valley investor predicts what the world will look like in 10 years - Business Insider
- Drone market outlook - Raconteur
- Farewell oil, hello tech: the world’s 5 most valuable companies in 2006 and 2016 - World Economic Forum
- Five technologies for the next ten years - McKinsey & Company
- Ford to Sell Driverless Cars to Public by 2025, CEO Says - Futurology
- Gartner predicts connected car production to break 60 million by 2020 - Connected Car Tech
- Robots will eliminate 6% of all US jobs by 2021 - The Guardian
- Stop whining, the age of tech is an age of wonder - FT.com
- Tech breakthroughs megatrend - PwC
- Technology is taking jobs away from men—and reviving a pre-industrial version of masculinity — Quartz
- The Payments Revolution - FT.com
- The World in 2019: CEOs Reveal the Single Biggest Driver of Change in the Next 3 Years | Lynne Doughtie | Pulse | LinkedIn
- This is what the rise of automation in banking and finance means - Business Insider
- We used to worry about ‘peak oil’. Then the technological revolution happened | World Economic Forum
- What artificial intelligence will look like in 2030 | World Economic Forum
- What's the future of Artificial Intelligence? - Raconteur
- Why is Uber rushing to put self-driving cars on the road? - Quartz
Please see below selected recent intelligence about innovation. Please contact Dominic Kelleher with any questions.
- The Innovation Union Scoreboard 2015 for the European Union showed that innovation performance has been stalling in the last year. The impact of the economic crisis has become visible for several member states and overall there is a mixed picture, with 13 Member States presenting a declining innovation performance and 15 Member States improving their performance compared with last year.
- In an interview with the British-American Business Council, the Boston consulting Group discussed how the changing relationship of strategy and innovation requires new things of leaders. Traditionally, strategy and innovation were treated as different activities. Strategy was about the things you could plan. And there was a lot that you could plan, with confidence, in the relatively stable period from the 1960s up to the mid-1980s. Innovation was more about the unplannable, the occasional leaps in imagination and creativity in products or technology that renewed the strategy. But with the increasing dynamism and unpredictability of today's business environment - driven by technology, globalisation, and other factors - innovation has become increasingly vital to success, and strategy and innovation are converging. In many cases, innovation has become the heart of strategy.
- Harvard Business Review claimed that, despite massive investments of management time and money, innovation remains a frustrating pursuit in many companies. Innovation initiatives frequently fail, and successful innovators have a hard time sustaining their performance. Why is it so hard to build and maintain the capacity to innovate? The reasons go much deeper than the commonly cited cause: a failure to execute. The problem with innovation improvement efforts is rooted in the lack of an innovation strategy.