Jeff Semenchuk describes the requirements to build a purposeful enterprise at Blue Cross of California.
An introduction to business for tech professionals. Don’t make a product. Make a difference.
How do we explore our known unknowns? In this final installment, you will conclude with the four quadrants of trend forecasting, to explore the intersections of possible futures. If the video is not appearing here please follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEwGt91yo58
Part 2 in this series illustrate combined research methods to see new possibilities. Take several points of view. Explore the intersections. Bring a new perspective. “The future is already here. It’s just unevenly distributed.“ For video click: https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/Rx0XxqIY0Rc
In this first in a three-part series, learn how science + fiction can show you how to anticipate future demand so you can be there first.
Fight your inner Steve Jobs. Build partnerships. Share the glory.
Learn from GE Aviation. Bring diverse thinkers into your design team. Unshackle your thinking from what YOU believe you do. Discover what your customers really NEED. Challenge convention. Redefine the problem to create a more valuable, disruptive platform innovation. If you have difficulty viewing this video, see it on youtube here.
Witness how Soichiro Honda’s insight helped turn around his company by playing to strength. Then consider your own enterprise. What singular core asset do your customers most value? Issue a challenge. Rejuvenate from strength. If you cannot see video, click for youtube here. firstname.lastname@example.org
Platform design methods can build a foundation for generations of future innovations. This short video describes the concept through historical examples. Over the next few weeks we will explore case studies from GE, Apple and Honda, using Platform Design. (If video not visible, click here) Thank you for your interest in these valuable methods. I…
To get the culture you want, build the organization you deserve.