Gary Hamel appeared in our lives with this book back in 2000, and it clearly marked a turning point in the way we understand the world of business, the world of leadership and, above all, the world of innovation. We never tire of reading it, because with every new reading we find messages we had not previously encountered. Allow us … Read More
The Innovation world coexists day by day with the challenge, the change. In fact, as we all know, these are inescapable features of innovation as an intrinsic part of it. Do we feel uncomfortable before the challenge? Do we feel distressed about it? Pilar Jericó –in this month video introduced by THD– encourages us to understand that all people follow … Read More
A micro-dictionary with 4 concepts and 2 responsibilities is all Lotfi El-Ghandouri needs to clarify the basic concepts that make up the life cycle of innovation. We will try not to spoil the sake of simplicity, because often we get to talk and something that at first was very clear, it becomes extremely complicated.
In our two previous newsletters we introduced the roles of Product Owner (representing the client) and the Scrum Master (responsible for the correct application of the LPM process). To complete the area of roles in our LPM methodology, we will talk here about the third role in LPM – the Team.
In our previous newsletter we introduced the role of Product Owner, who –as you recall– represents the client wanting the product or service. Continuing with the roles that participate in our LPM methodology, today we will talk about the role of Scrum Master.
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