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Celent: Define innovation in 6 words or less ... or open innovation in 7

Written by Ashwin Rattan Saturday, 12 January 2013 14:32
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From the ever excellent Celent blog:

 

To kick start the year and get everyone’s creative juices flowing again, Celent is challenging all to come up with the best definition of innovation in six words or less.

 

It should be easy - apparently, Ernest Hemingway was once challenged to write an entire novel in six words! He rose to the task with a poignant line: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”

 

To read the whole article goto:

 

http://bankingblog.celent.com/2013/01/can-you-define-innovation-in-six-words-or-less/

 

Of course if you want to know more about open innovation, then you need to be talking to Kosta Peric, head of innovation at SWIFT and find out all about his Castle and Sandbox.

 

So if you can come up with an interesting seven word (or less) definition of open innovation, you stand a chance of winning a copy of Kosta's book.

 

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Last modified on Saturday, 12 January 2013 14:41

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