Since “Innovación 2.0” was released in 2012 we have been waiting to its English edition and the time has finally come! “The Discipline & Culture of Innovation” has been written in –not translated into– English by its original authors, Jay Rao and Fran Chuan, with the will to get to readers from all over the world and keep sharing innovation … Read More
As we highlight in our book Innovación 2.0, to innovate we need to think about people, so they are who can offer to a company its real potential. Trough years of experience, in Dícere we have detected that many organizations transform their employees into mere productive beings, to the extent that they forget all their other latent abilities. In other … Read More
An old African proverb says that alone we get faster, but together we get further. The best is to get further and faster, enjoying the journey as all that the team does works effortless. Whereas this is possible, the perfect connection requires discipline, mainly in the communication area. Guessing the intentions of the other team members before they even say … Read More
Dear friends and colleagues, we post this week to anounce you that we change our blog address. Dícere-Wakab will be called from now on Dícere-ToBeinn in order to reinforce our compromise with the ToBeinn project, which was born recently.
Can you imagine a company in which…? Time and resources are spent in innovation just because this is the regular way of working Everything is done is useful because unnecessary bureaucracies do not exist Action, learning and results are rewarded; not only effort All employees take initiative to prosper, develop, learn… live! There’s a constant feedback exchange, which is willingly … Read More
Very often we listen to executives talking about initiatives addressed to increase sales. This concept, “increasing sales”, is –together with “cost savings” and “innovation”– one of the three most current concepts in any management team. It is absolutely legitimate and even logical to desire selling more, at a better price and being innovative. Nevertheless, there are some occasions in which … Read More
We are really happy to announce that Dicere’s project is about to grow up and evolve a little more, to make a disruptive jump in the innovation field, which still inspires and fascinates us. This jump has a name, ToBeinn, and we want to invite us to meet it next Tuesday 28th of May.
That’s how Guy Kawasaki‘s blog is called. Kawasaki (@GuyKawasaki) is an entrepreneur, writer, publisher and special advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google. In October 2011 he wrote a post called “What I Learned from Steve Jobs” in which he described some things –in particular, 12– that he learned from Steve Jobs during his experience in Apple and that we’ll … Read More
Sailing has always fascinated me. And there are so many similarities between it and innovation! When you start a journey in which the destination is not really important, you take advantage of the wind and the currents to simply enjoy and learn. You learn to use fewer things and discover yourself doing some maneuvers that you hadn’t tried before and … Read More
In this interview by Ray Garcia, Fran Chuán describes a framework for how to think of innovation and instill a culture of creative problem solution within highly operational organizations.