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Lessons in innovation and tips for tomorrow

Cisco

During the Infosys conference this week, the hosts constantly asked the audience to vote on a variety of questions about innovation. The organisers did say that they had wondered whether innovation was the right subject to focus upon this year, considering that for some it would be the last thing …

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Lessons in innovation and tips for tomorrow

Cisco

During the Infosys conference this week, the hosts constantly asked the audience to vote on a variety of questions about innovation. The organisers did say that they had wondered whether innovation was the right subject to focus upon this year, considering that for some it would be the last thing …

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What is innovation in banking?

Cisco

I spent all day yesterday with a group of bankers in Portugal. Why? Well, it is the annual Infosys customer conference and they were kind enough to invite me over to give a keynote, which I will post here shortly. It was also run under Chatham House rules … so …

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What is innovation in payments?

I was asked to write about innovation in payments last week, and so here’s the first of three parts. The first part will focus upon retail payments innovation; the second, corporate payments; and the third, trade settlement. A weekly non-exhaustive update so to speak. First, what is innovation? Let’s define …

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Where will innovation come from?

McKinsey publish regular articles and research that stimulates the little grey cells.  For example, this week they ask the question: "will Asia become the center for innovation in the 21st century?" This is a timely discussion, as it fits with the work I'll be delivering at SIBOS this year, bearing …

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Where will innovation come from?

McKinsey publish regular articles and research that stimulates the little grey cells.  For example, this week they ask the question: "will Asia become the center for innovation in the 21st century?" This is a timely discussion, as it fits with the work I'll be delivering at SIBOS this year, bearing …

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Where will innovation come from?

McKinsey publish regular articles and research that stimulates the little grey cells.  For example, this week they ask the question: "will Asia become the center for innovation in the 21st century?" This is a timely discussion, as it fits with the work I'll be delivering at SIBOS this year, bearing …

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Where will innovation come from?

McKinsey publish regular articles and research that stimulates the little grey cells.  For example, this week they ask the question: "will Asia become the center for innovation in the 21st century?" This is a timely discussion, as it fits with the work I'll be delivering at SIBOS this year, bearing …

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Why is it that innovations are created by non-banks?

At SIBOS 2004 in Atlanta, Heidi Miller of JPMorgan delivered a keynote address that is still discussed to this day. This is because she asked four critical questions of us: Why do we make things so complicated for our clients? How can we help our customers become more efficient and productive, when …

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Why is it that innovations are created by non-banks?

At SIBOS 2004 in Atlanta, Heidi Miller of JPMorgan delivered a keynote address that is still discussed to this day. This is because she asked four critical questions of us: Why do we make things so complicated for our clients? How can we help our customers become more efficient and productive, when …

Read More »

Why is it that innovations are created by non-banks?

At SIBOS 2004 in Atlanta, Heidi Miller of JPMorgan delivered a keynote address that is still discussed to this day. This is because she asked four critical questions of us: Why do we make things so complicated for our clients? How can we help our customers become more efficient and productive, when …

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