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“How Useful is a Suggestion Box?” – a response

I noticed a recent post from TradingMarkets.com on the old fashioned suggestion program. The article is quite good – and I posted a response online (below). Mark Turrell: “Thanks for revisiting the age-old suggestion box! I wrote a white paper about technology was replacing the dreaded dusty old box-with-a-padlock. My firm, Imaginatik plc, was one […]

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Feedback on the History of Idea Management – ah, back in the early days…

Another prompt from a Google alert – I came across an interview with the co-founder of Brightidea.com, Vince Carbone, by blogger Braden Kelley (@innovate on Twitter). I was inspired to write a brief note, really to clarify a point of history as to who / how the term Idea Management was created. It is a […]

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The Hallmark Case study of Idea Central – a real test

I was just going through some of our ‘old’ case studies of how Imaginatik‘s Idea Central software is used to support idea management initiatives. We have recently updated the customer case study section of the Imaginatik web site, including all the PPTs and PDFs presented by customers, present and past, on the various uses of […]

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One of the (many) secrets of the iPod – The Advertising Blitz

I have been to five innovation conferences in the last four weeks all over the world, and every third speaker attempts to build their arguments of the need to innovate based on their confident, yet still third-party, view of the iPod’s meteoric rise to fame. One of the aspects to the iPod story that I […]

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