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IAM Talking: Business Model Innovation – White Space and You – With Mark Johnson, Author of Seizing the White Space

May 14, 2010 3 comments

Welcome to IAM Talking, a periodic podcast interview series, with your host, Dan Keldsen, Co-founder and Principal at Information Architected. Today, the topic is Business Model Innovation – White Space and You. In this episode, I am interviewing Mark Johnson, the author of a new book, Seizing the White Space: Business Model Innovation for Growth […]

Holy Crap – Now That’s Innovation

April 22, 2010 No comments yet

Look around – is there waste in your organization? Is it time, paper, bits of plastic, scraps of wood, nuclear active material …? Of course there is waste , and often projects are focused on eliminating or minimizing waste – of all kinds. What do you do with it? Carefully dispose of it? Recycle? How […]

Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

March 31, 2010 No comments yet

Have you ever watched the TV show, Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Adults subject themselves to humiliation – demonstrating how their intelligence – measured by their ability to answer questions on a variety of topics, does not match that of a group of 5th graders.  Well, last Saturday I witnessed something even far […]

Meet Your Mobile Virtual Assistant

March 24, 2010 1 comment

The Content Convergence Continues! As computing power increases, “mashable” and findable data/content grows, GPS shrinks, partnerships and individual innovation explore, and it all comes together in the form of a handheld device like the iPhone, Blackberry, and myriad Androids being rolled out on a weekly basis, we continue to see the rise of applications that […]

Innovation: Perspective Matters, But Many Simply Lack Vision

March 10, 2010 2 comments

Recently both BusinessWeek and Fast Company published their respective 50 most innovative companies list.  I have “mashedup” both lists in the chart below and edited the lists a bit. (Where there is overlap I indicate the difference in ranking order between lists.)  There was much to garner from these lists, beyond the corporate rankings individually. […]

Nothing Virtual About Virtual Distance

November 20, 2009 No comments yet

Today I had the great fortune to attend the Center for Information Management Studies (CIMS) program at Babson College.  I almost didn’t go – having just returned from the Enterprise 2.0 conference, I was feeling a bit “full” of talk on collaboration and technology. But luckily three things coerced me into attending. 1. The event […]

I’ve Looked at Crowds From Both Sides Now

August 7, 2009 25 comments

Thanks to the generosity of Randy Corke of Chaordix, this Wednesday I had the opportunity to go to a meeting of the Ad Club. The Ad Club is the trade organization for marketing, advertising and communications in New England. A different crowd for me. So why was I invited?  Why did I go?  The topic […]

It’s Always Day One at Amazon/Zappos

July 22, 2009 5 comments

IAM Alert: Amazon.com has announced a “definitive agreement” to purchase the ecommerce, “powered by service” Zappos.com for 10 million shares of Amazon stock (current market value of $807 million). (see the Letter from the CEO – Tony Hsieh – to Zappos employees, describing the drivers and benefits behind the acquisition) Amazon has long been held […]

ECM – “It Was The Best of Times, It Was The Worst of Times”

May 20, 2009 2 comments

Those that know me, as well as loyal readers of this blog, know that I am an ECM zealot – some say a nerd. So perhaps this post is just another ranting – but I felt compelled to reiterate myself because of certain current events. I entitle this post with a familiar quote from Charles […]

IAM Talking: Death to the Billable Hour, Long Live Knowledge!

April 30, 2009 12 comments

Is the legal industry ready to change their standard practices in billing, particularly given the economic climate of 2008-2009 and at least the short-term future? If they do change that model, will it least, or go back to “business as usual” when the economic smoke has cleared? Knowledge = precedent = expertise. Why not efficiency […]

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