All Posts under Category: Innovation
March 23, 2012 Author: Admin
My official title around here is “Administrative Coordinator” but around the Sylver offices, I’m more affectionately known as the Social Media Goddess. I earned this nickname in part because I am passionate about watching and keeping up with the latest in social media trends. One of those trends is the fast-growing newcomer, Pinterest. Unless you’ve [...]
March 2, 2012 Author: sylver
Everybody is talking about innovation and we’ve already discussed our own perspectives on innovation. Recently, however, Brianna was featured in an International Association of Women Entrepreneurs Online article sharing some of our “Sylver Secrets” to innovation when it comes to our own team. Check out her input and tips from 18 other innovative entrepreneurs: http://www.iaweo.com/creating-innovation-from-within-19-women-share-their-secrets/
February 3, 2012 Author: sylver
As a research design and strategy firm, we know that an organization’s innovation plan is critical. In our recent virtual roundtable, the Sylver team was asked to weigh in on the topic of Innovation.
May 20, 2011 Author: Adriano
Once a year the IIT-Institute of Design brings together top executives and academics to compare strategies and discuss the role of design in exploring emerging opportunities, solving complex problems and achieving long-lasting strategic advantage for global businesses. This event happened last week at The Institute of Design’s Strategy Conference 2011, which took place at the Spertus Institute, 610 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, on May 12 and 13.
May 4, 2011 Author: Brianna
Today’s Springwise gives insight into how a Madrid-based designer, Kavita Parmar, is using QR Codes to share the story of each piece she’s made. We think this is a great and innovative use of a QR code. It’s certainly gotten our wheels turning. Hopefully the same is true for you.
April 8, 2011 Author: Brianna
As you flip through the pages of a magazine these days, you might have started to notice these small square boxes with random pixilations and wondered what kind of secret code it was. It’s actually not so much a secret as it is a surprise.
April 1, 2011 Author: Brianna
Healthcare is a topic of heated debate. Immigration is a topic of national disagreement. The economy is a source of tired discontent. Innovation, however, is a platform for the future.
February 1, 2011 Author: Brianna
Innovation is one of today’s buzzwords so it’s no surprise that many business resolutions include a commitment to innovate. Unfortunately, like personal resolutions, the desire to innovate could fade very quickly. So what can you do to put action behind your innovation? Based on what we learned by working with multinationals and large-sized companies, here [...]
December 3, 2010 Author: Adriano
In the post entitled “The Accidental Entrepreneur” Brianna shared her advice and experience as an entrepreneur who followed her passion and broke out on her own. You can read Brianna’s tips here.
April 20, 2010 Author: Brianna
I’ve recently come across a great report called “The Consumer’s Voice–Can Your Company Hear It?” It’s a benchmarking study that Boston Consulting Group (BCG) conducted in the spring of 2009 to analyze best practices and gaps in companies’ capabilities for doing consumer insights.