Sep 18, 2015 | In: Roundtable Discussion
In this IM Channel One webinar authors Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant share research from their latest book, When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Future of Business, which identifies the four key capacities that must be developed inside organizations in order to successfully engage employees in the innovation process.
Sep 01, 2015 | In: Online Learning Programs
About the course The Creative Leadership Program is a fully integrated, built up by four modules, that include personal coaching, interactive discussions with inspirational leaders from around the world and innovation mentoring. The Challenge, a core part of the program consists of a project in which you engage with your fellow THNK participants and THNK […]
| In: Reports
The state of the global innovation economy is alive and well, according to a recent survey report featuring organisations actively developing and implementing new technologies and solutions across a range of industries.
Aug 31, 2015 | In:
To mark the occasion of the contest opening for the International IMP³rove Award 2015 – the global championship in innovation management – IMP³rove Academy has interviewed Levent Alatli, General Manager of Koza Yönetim, the award winner of 2014.
San Francisco, CA July 1, 2015 – IdeaScale, the California-based innovation management solution, today announced an exclusive partnership with Innovationmanagement.se (IM), the world’s leading platform for cutting-edge innovation management content, best practices and online training programs. This announcement is part of IdeaScale’s and IM´s continued global expansion.
Jun 23, 2015 | In: Editorial
The THNK School of Creative Leadership and Innovationmanagement.se (IM) are proud to announce a partnership. THNK, based out of Amsterdam, with presence in Shanghai, Vancouver and Lisbon, is a rapidly expanding school for creative leaders that seek innovative solutions to large societal challenges. The partnership will bring increased accessibility of best practice and advance knowledge within the field of innovation management to meet the growing demands of more knowledge within this expanding discipline worldwide.
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Jun 15, 2015 | In: Roundtable Discussion
In this IM Channel One Roundtable Discussion the expert panel discusses the challenges of being a Chief Innovation Officer and provide insights to the different leadership styles and how they can be mastered and blended for maximum effect and ROI.
May 07, 2015 | In: Roundtable Discussion
In this IM Channel One Roundtable Discussion, Dr. Matt Chapman, Head of Innovation Services at Mindjet, discusses best practices and approaches for developing an effective and engaging platform for driving new ideas and value through open innovation. Learn from industry leaders such as Siemens and Citi Bank, about how to create engaging experiences, to manage IP issues and how to harness your results.
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Apr 01, 2015 | In: Reports
Imagine if you could listen to the daily conversations of world-class innovation program leaders. How would you use that information to deepen your thinking about innovation and what it takes to really implement it, organization-wide?
Mar 24, 2015 | In: Organization & Culture
Senior Editor and Special Communication Projects Lead at IIR USA, Marc Dresner interviewed Lars Percy Andersson, Founder and CEO at InnovationManagement.se in order to discuss how companies approach the process of managing innovation. In this brief podcast they discuss strategies such as corporate acquisition and how to approach culture change in order to benefit innovation.
Feb 09, 2015 | In: Agile Innovation
Agile Innovation is an execution-based model, not a control-based model. This means that the focus is on what you do (execution) rather than on what you are instructed to do. Hence, this approach requires inner motivation, and it’s not going to thrive in environments characterized by extrinsic, hierarchical, or fear-based motivational schemes. In this final excerpt from Agile Innovation, Langdon Morris discusses approaches necessary to transform organizations to achieve innovation actions and outcomes.