Innovation requires you to want to complicate your life. Innovation is coming to work in the morning and telling your boss: “We’ve got to change this. Even though it still works, it won’t for long. I’ll get on it today.” We can imagine the surprised look on your boss’ face: “What are you talking about, man? Get on the… Read more »
I read this post published by Rodrigo Reyes, Digital VP of BBDO Sancho – major rivals of our Territorio creativo Colombian offices – and I don’t want to believe that we find ourselves before a naïve analysis. Rather, I believe, we find ourselves before the cries of despair and loneliness from a rider in Comanche territory. Simplifying his lament, Rodrigo comes to blame digital… Read more »
A few weeks ago, I presented our #TcTrends report (which you can download here) at CIBBVA (the BBVA Center for Innovation) which highlights 15 technologies that will, in one way or another, change our lives.
People First. At Territorio creativo, we believe the best strategy for “producing” innovation is to create emotional and lasting relationships. These should be based on shared commitments and honest relationships with people – i.e. employees, suppliers, partners, and customers. People are the engine for innovation, and putting them at the center will allow us to face the 21st century successfully. See a related post on the Territorio creativo… Read more »
We defended in Socialholic – our book on Social Media Marketing – that #socialholics are people with an outstanding ability to innovate. The use of social media provides them with three mass innovation weapons: Better and more efficient access to knowledge; Connections that allow them to find alternative ways to pursue their ideas/dreams; Courage; emotional support from relatives, colleagues and their professional… Read more »