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Michael Ryan

December 7, 2011 in Change Management, PLM, Transformational Change

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Make Do and Mend

I’m not that old but I can remember a time when you wouldn’t lightly scrap something and replace it without seeing if it could be repaired first.

As austerity hits, more people are looking for ways to save money by repairing their essentials; resoling shoes, mending clothes, etc.

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Nina Dar

December 5, 2011 in Change Management, Economy, NPD, PLM, Transformational Change

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Sustainable PLM & the $1 project?

How are you looking forward to see who your future customers are and how you are going to reach them no matter how unrealistic that may sound? May be everyone should start a $1 project...

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Michael Ryan

November 23, 2011 in Leadership, Transformational Change

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The Killer Issue

The Killing is a Danish crime drama that concentrates on a murder investigation led by Detective Inspector Sarah Lund. What makes The Killing very different is the pace in which the story develops; instead of the usual action sequences and high speed chases, it takes its time to focus on the events that unfurl over the course of a day. The exciting bit is working out which are the important clues.

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I am 77,745,180,412th person to have lived

Impact on the environment depends on population size, consumption and how technology effects the environmental impact. Of course we need to look at ways we can reduce consumption and improve technology - we need more innovation in these areas.

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Walk in your shoes

When was the last time someone asked you or even considered “what it was like to be you?” It takes courage and sensing the opportunity to change: starting with the simple premise just one person deciding to understand what it’s like to walk in someone else’s shoes.

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A Deliciously Disruptive Scoop

As the world spins faster, the question of what makes successful innovation is becoming ever more important. This small brand is showing, however, that no matter how traditional the business model is, a disruptive innovation process can bring it back from the brink...

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Michael Ryan

November 11, 2011 in Change Management, Transformational Change

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The Longest Night

Last week, a group of six volunteers emerged from a capsule after undertaking a simulated, 520 day, “Mission to Mars.

While the experiment could not replicate all of the conditions, such as weightlessness or the effects of radiation; it did give the participants in insight into some of the mental effects that they would be likely to encounter.

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Hannah Whittaker

November 5, 2011 in Motivation, Transformational Change

Those piggies are gonna get it!

Science, Magic, and an Angry Bird…

On a tropical island far away in the Pacific, a squadron of kamikaze birds are angry with some gormless green pigs. The birds have just cause: the pigs stole their eggs. The cowardly swines took refuge in, and on, easily collapsible structures….

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