6 strong videos on innovation, sustainability and creativity
What the Renaissance and WW2 can teach us
You might have watched the Award winning movie ‘The Imitation Game’ starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing. Alan Turing was the man who led the British team who during WW2 cracked the German Enigma coding machine. The Enigma was so… Read More
The Second Curve. Time to Unlearn, time to relearn
Sir Alex Ferguson, former manager of Manchester United football club, was always careful to bring on new talent before the top players passed their peak, even though that meant occasionally loosing stars who still had some playing time in them…. Read More
Don Quixote - Disruption anno 1605
When we talk about ‘Disruption’ we normally think in terms of established businesses being challenged by new entrants in the 21st century: We think of AirBNB in the accommodation industri, Uber in the transportation/taxi industri or digital photo wiping out… Read More
Manufacturing - the next era of global growth
The McKinsey Global Institute has issued a report proving that manufacturing contributes disproportionately to exports, innovation and productivity growth.
Sweet music in our ears as this clearly counters a common belief that we in the Western world should accept that manufacturing… Read More
A Whole New World
Expect the Unexpected – Building business value in a changing world
In this report KMPG analyzes a system of ten sustainability megaforces that will impact each and every business over the next 20 years. These forces do not act alone… Read More
Innovation: WHY Culture is Key
Booz & Company’s annual study ‘The Global Innovation 1000′ shows that spending more on R&D won’t drive results.
The most crucial factor are strategic alignment and a culture that supports innovation.
We encourage you to read the full article and learn that… Read More
Sustainia - building the world of tomorrow
GlobeEight salutes and closely follows this immensely interesting sustainability project:
Press release 7 March 2012:
Schwarzenegger: Time for a new Breed of Action Heroes
The former California Governor announces today that he serves as Honorary Chair for the Sustainia Award alongside EU Commissioner… Read More
Why Devastation kills Creativity
I often ask myself why sustainability has been framed within compliance – this don’t’ affect profits, increase competitive edge nor celebrate a distinct footprint.
The world is not perfect and neither is the way that companies address new opportunistic business by… Read More
Developing white paper on...
July 2011 – Developing a new white paper on how the boardroom has to accept possible threats as a new sustainable business potential – for more information while developing, please contact us – firstname.lastname@example.org
Industrial Evolution - Reinventing Manufacturing
The Push For Smarter Manufacturing How several companies are bringing brains to the brawn of the production line – By Chris Warren
Courtesy… Read More
For the good of all - a sustainable web solution
Opinion based web solution
Over some time we have enjoyed a flash solution website, made by a couple of genies within web design.
But as our work progressed, an since we appreciate visitors opinions a new more sustainable web solution were taken… Read More
What is sustainability, and is it all just buzz?
There is no universally agreed definition on what sustainability means. There are many different views on what it is and how it can be achieved. The idea of sustainability stems from the concept of sustainable development which became common language… Read More
In the future you will buy locally made
We make great products right here in Copenhagen!
Last year we read an inspiring article by Allison Arieff in the NY Times opinionator web section. It was about sustainability with a large focus on promoting local production. And it is from this… Read More