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Maximize shared understanding.

Wouldn't that be something? If businesses sought ideas from multiple sources
– especially unconventional ones (like BLOGS!) that offer diversity and
independence - and blended and synthesized them with their own internal ideas.
Just think if they captured the company’s informal social network –
the daily problems, challenges, and opportunities that their employees, partners,
customers/clients, investors, et al face. Imagine if businesses let staffers
and outsiders blog on company and product news from their site. I mean, actually
listened, before a crisis, to the immediate feedback and responded. From real
people they could co-create innovative solutions to complex problems.

admin Wed, 03/09/2005 - 12:10
The Power of Stories in Business.

From an excerpt in Seth Godin's new book, All
Marketers Are Liars.
"This is a book about doing what
consumers demand, painting vivid pictures that they choose to believe. Every
organization …must understand that the rules have changed again."

admin Tue, 03/08/2005 - 11:49
Your own meeting place! admin Wed, 03/02/2005 - 15:53

Create a  gigantic learning and development environment  on the net to grow and share your understanding of ideas with people inside and outside the organization.

On the flip-side, this scenario should be familiar to office workers who collaborate on projects: E-mails get passed around with differing versions of documents-in-progress attached. Instant messages whiz by. Web sites are cited, and then lost.

Site summary

Welcome to Advancing Insights!

We are the first to provide an Internet Managed Service - Ideascape - that makes Open Source Innovation and Collaboration easy! Good ideas and stories are everywhere, both inside and outside your business; ideas that can save time, money, even grow the business and personalized stories about your offerings, organization, and its constituencies that can be more powerful than the precision of your strategy.

Thank you for participating.

Actionable information sources admin Fri, 02/11/2005 - 08:09

In order to stay on top in today's mutable market place, the competitive business must be aware of and be prepared to take advantage of the best internal and external information available.

Ideally, there should be a coordinated group effort in your organization that searches, sifts, filters, and handles information sources using internally developed criteria with the objective of making sense (connecting the dots) of good ideas that will improve the organization's agenda.

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