As you already know there is a growing figure in corporations which is the Chief Innovation Officer (CIO), whose main task is to keep progressively pushing for new things in the company. All sorts of corporations do already have this figure: retail, entertainment and even the legal profession. The CIO is usually a person who has … Continue reading Hello. I´m the Chief Innovation Officer and I´m going to change everything
Let´s start with a simple question, what do all these tasks have in common? driving our car; riding a bicycle; baking a cake All of them are: Relatively complex to perform: multiple subtasks have to be carried out to achieve success. They are activities that vary in time, that is to say, they are never … Continue reading Creativity in autopilot: where´s the catch?
The other day I met two friends of mine who are surgeons. They are great and brilliant people, but above all, they´ve had to go through multiple challenges and hurdles along the way before being able to operate on other people. Sounds pretty reasonable to me, considering the importance of the job at hand. Furthermore, I would … Continue reading Politicians: is it possible to think creatively to change the system which puts them in place?
I just viewed a short interview on Elon Musk in which he stated that one of the most important ways to assess whether an applicant to a job is effectively a fit and an A-player is being able to see live how they explain how they confronted a problem in the past. Most specifically, which level of depth … Continue reading Go for depth in your mind
The day before yesterday I had the chance of watching "Gravity", the Bullock-Clooney-Cuarón movie on space. There is simply one word to describe it, and that word is stunning. For many reasons, to which I will not be referring in this post. All but one. Because there is one extremely powerful reason why this movie is … Continue reading Gravity: pull out of it to be creative in business