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Innovation and analytics often are seen as opposing concepts. Many argue that innovation –which is often glorified as a moment of genius – cannot be reduced to a set of processes. Or even worse, to a set of metrics.
I will be talking about this concept during several upcoming events. I’ll be speaking at the 2010 Palladium EMEA Summit in Madrid. I am presenting with Lego CIO Henrik Amsinck at the Business Performance Conference in Florida, and guest lecturing at Kellogg's Executive MBA program. If you happen to be at any of these events, I look forward to meeting you.
There is a large body of research on innovation from the late C.K. Prahalad to Jim Carroll, Edward de Bono and others. However, few mention the importance of analytics as part of the innovation process. Our research has shown that innovative companies share these cultural traits:
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Posted by Bruno Aziza WorldWide Lead Strategist, Business Intelligence