Stephen M. Sweid

Dr. Stephen M. Sweid is a business and innovation consultant / trainer, with over 20 years consulting experience on the international scene: Europe, USA, Middle East and Far East. He has involved as expert consultant in technical assistance projects of international organizations as well as in consulting projects commissioned by multinationals.
He is currently active in the UK and UAE. His consultancy focuses on strategic issues, quantum leaping, innovation and marketing.

All articles by Stephen M. Sweid:

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    Integrating Schools and Industry for a More Innovative Society

    Dec 19, 2017 | In: Strategies

    Author is suggesting that with the advent of the 4th industrial revolution children ought to start contributing to progress at the age of 6 years, through a learning-oriented but paid work for 3 hours per day, indeed with involvement in the hi-tech end of things. The future is now, and there is no more learning and preparing for the future.

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    Tips to Achieve an Innovative and Differentiated Startup Project

    Jul 21, 2015 | In: Enabling Factors, Support for SMEs

    This is the era of rapid changes and disruptive innovations, and no startup, irrespective of size or industry, should be launched without a high degree of innovation and differentiation. This article is about the why, what, and the how— the systematic way to achieve this, based on the long international experience of the author, Dr. Stephen M. Sweid.

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    The Critical Lead Time to Eruption in Brainstorming Sessions

    Nov 18, 2014 | In: Life Cycle Processes

    Dr. Stephen Sweid has conducted more than a hundred structured group brainstorming sessions in recent years, as well as many one-to-one discussion sessions as a consultant and trainer. He has observed a number of common patterns related to timing and evolution of the brainstorming process.

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    Tips For Quicker And More Innovative Analogies

    Jan 10, 2014 | In: Life Cycle Processes

    In this article Dr. Stephen Sweid is sharing a few secrets of the analogy method that has been refined throughout the years. Suggested techniques render this method more user friendly, but also allow it to generate WOW type new ideas that are more compatible (for integration) and that work in the real world, e.g. in the market.

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