Here’s a story of why I am building Amygda. And why I believe machines don’t have to break.
The time we let toilet roll become the most important thing in our life.
Disclaimer: any future HR folks doing a background search on me. Please read the whole post. I am not suggesting folks do anything unethical.
If you have an idea, and then think, it’s not really your business. Maybe that’s the best time to poke your nose in that business.
Changing people’s mind is no easy task. We are dealing with humans. Humans, who have developed a mind, a mind so complex, one crafted by nature through centuries of refinement.
There, I said it. Asking your customers what to build leads to mediocre products being developed. It’s time we stop procrastinating.
Distribution is figuring out how will you get your shiny toy into the hands of your customers. Don’t just innovate, distribute better.
Corporates are slow dumb dinosaurs waiting to be disrupted. Was the title of one report. So, some ways Corporates can act like a startup.
I began with one objective. To put a dent in the universe. Rolls-Royce gave me the opportunity. Now it’s time to move-on.
In my time at Rolls-Royce, I was the founding member of the Corporate Innovation team in 2018. And internally at Rolls-Royce, and in a number of corporate innovation conferences, I kept hearing one thing. Those of us in corporate innovation or digital innovation are like viruses that are outside the realms of corporate processes and… Continue reading The problem with Corporate Innovation teams being a Virus