Category Archives: Start-up

Don’t Blame Technology for Your Failure

Cédric Mao and Erwann Rozier founded Fly The Nest, to help startups grow, scale, and leave the nest, while keeping a consistent and cohesive team functioning. They tell us more about this organization discipline, which can also rule for innovation teams in established companies. 1) Nicolas Bry: What problem is addressing Fly the Nest? You’re ...

Six Innovative Ways to Grow Your Digital Start-up

HerHere are six innovative approaches that you probably haven’t considered, which can help make a big difference to the growth your start-up acHere are six innovative approaches that you probably haven’t considered, which can help make a big difference to the growth your start-up achieves in the early stages – and which will support you over the longer-term too. In hindsight, they’ll all appear to be common-sense (like most ingenious ideas are) but they’re probably things that you’ve missed doing...hieves in the early stages – and which will support you over the longer-term too. In hindsight, they’ll all appear to be common-sense (like most ingenious ideas are) but they’re probably things that you’ve missed doing...e are six innovative approaches that you probably haven’t considered, which can help make a big difference to the growth your start-up achieves in the early stages – and which will support you over the longer-term too. In hindsight, they’ll all appear to be common-sense (like most ingenious ideas are) but they’re probably things that you’ve missed doing... Continue reading

Innovation Management : Are start-ups Freedom Inc. companies?

Sophie_CohendetSophie Cohendet is passionate about management innovation. She is partner of LearnAssembly, a start-up who help companies to develop their entrepreneurial and digital culture. What parallels can we really do between a start-up and a free inc. ? is the point she develops here. Continue reading

Welcome to the Mid Zone of Innovation

The Mid ZoneThe Front End / Back End model was right for its time... however, fast-forward nearly a quarter century, and we find that things have changed a bit. Continue reading