InnovationManagement

We are strong believers in treating innovation management as any other management discipline that can be learned and used as a sustainable strategy for creating long-term value. Our goal is to facilitate an increased sharing of knowledge, best practices, tools and related resources among innovation practitioners and other professionals who want to bring the discipline of innovation to their organizations.

All articles by InnovationManagement:

  • ways-to-create-ecosystems

    Ways to Create Ecosystems

    Sep 28, 2016 | In: Videos

    Astia CEO Sharon Vosmek shares research on what factors really increase group intelligence on teams: 1) Social perceptiveness of the team members, 2) Evenness of conversation over ideas between team members, and 3) The proportion of women on the team.

  • be-agile-tom-conrad-pandora

    Strive to Remain Agile

    Sep 21, 2016 | In: Videos

    Despite the company’s growing size, Pandora CTO Tom Conrad states that his company resists the urge to make any long-term plans. In fact, they never plan an operating schedule more than three months in advance. Though this practice makes some operations more difficult, the flexibility allows the upstart enterprise to remain nimble and responsive; traits, Conrad states, every start-up should try to maintain as long as possible for maximum market advantage.

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    What’s New in Crowdsourcing?

    Sep 15, 2016 | In: News

    September 15, 2016: In recent weeks we continue to see big name brands tap into the creativity of the crowd for product and service design ideas. In the arts, Beatles fans and Indian citizens contributed footage for new documentaries. Health agencies are using the wisdom of the crowd to find solutions to drug-resistant bacteria and new online platforms help catalog our galaxy. Law enforcement is improving traffic and street safety via crowdsourcing apps; in Oslo a new app is designed and used by children. In an interesting turn of events, crowdsourcing has converted into a system of checks and balances between law enforcement and society. After recent stories of police misconduct in the US, its citizens are now providing data from inside the courthouses to monitor unjust hearings.

  • seeing-startups-on-continuum

    Seeing Startups on a Continuum

    Sep 14, 2016 | In: Life Cycle Processes, Videos

    Stripe’s John Collison talks about how the focus and culture at a startup may need to evolve as it grows. He also discusses the concept of “path dependence,” where a venture’s direction isn’t guided by working toward a grand vision, but by achieving intermediate goals and letting that journey determine trajectory.

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    40 Design and Innovation Leaders in Social

    Sep 12, 2016 | In: Reports

    Design Thinking Leaders discover innovative ideas by working through challenging, and often chaotic, situations where disruptive opportunities are typically hidden. These creativity-minded professionals embrace the consumer’s perspective and balance that with the brand’s needs and aspirations. The result? Simple, yet radical solutions that seem so obvious in hindsight.

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    Innovate on the Edges: How to Integrate a Startup into the Core Business

    Sep 07, 2016 | In: InnoView, Interviews, Strategies, Videos

    Using focused lean and agile startup methodologies, today’s Exponential Organizations (ExOs) are changing the way we do business forever. In this clip of the Innoview webinar series, Yuri van Geest and Anthony Ferrier discuss how corporate enterprises can use ExOs to disrupt an adjacent market and how to incorporate them back into the core business without destroying their entrepreneurial spirit.

  • whats-new-in-crowdsourcing-sept1-2016

    What’s New in Crowdsourcing?

    Sep 01, 2016 | In: News

    September 1, 2016: From biohazard suit design to the latest watches, bass guitars, marketing videos, xenophobic violence data, and writing the next big pop song, crowdsourcing is being used to brainstorm new ideas, gather more data and build with better design for just about anything you can imagine. Here are the biggest news stories to wrap up the summer 2016.

  • innoview-innovation-professional-exponential-organizations

    The Role of Innovation Professionals in Exponential vs. Incumbent Organizations

    Aug 31, 2016 | In: InnoView, Interviews, Videos

    More than ever, mature organizations are being disrupted by competitors that seem to appear out of nowhere, and rapidly grab massive amounts of marketshare in a short amount of time. In this clip, Yuri van Geest and Anthony Ferrier talk about the role of innovation professionals in this changing business environment—how the exponential organizations (ExO) engage intrapreneurs to develop disruptive innovations on the edges of the core business, while incumbent organizations employ innovation professionals as ambassadors to implement standards and processes to involve employees in innovative thinking.

  • moving-product-at-unprecedented-scale

    Moving Product at Unprecedented Scale

    Aug 24, 2016 | In: Videos

    When you think about a product that scales, future entrepreneurs must consider web and mobile technologies, as they’ve allowed for unprecedented, accelerated, broader markets than ever before conceivable. Truly understand the economics of distribution; Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s COO talks about old print media and music and how they’ve been trumped by the free distribution of the Web. She strongly encourages those venturing into business to take this business angle into account.

  • global-innovation-index-2016

    The Global Innovation Index 2016

    Aug 18, 2016 | In: Reports

    Since the release of the Global Innovation Index (GII) last year, the world economy has encountered a number of challenges that have led to further downgrades of global economic growth projections. In the context of such uncertainty, countries will seek ways to move the global economy out of its current holding pattern, thus avoiding a prolonged low-growth scenario. Innovation will be a critical ingredient to achieving this objective.

  • changing-process-of-innovation

    Changing Process of Innovation

    Aug 17, 2016 | In: Videos

    Cisco Chief Technology and Strategy Officer Padmasree Warrior explains how the process of innovation has changed over the past few centuries, from the era of the sole inventor, through the rise of corporate labs, to the modern period of open innovation. Warrior also notes the important challenge of working across domains to maximize innovation potential.

  • whats-new-crowdsourcing-news-aug

    What’s New in Crowdsourcing?

    Aug 16, 2016 | In: News

    August 16, 2016: Are you a crowdsourcing enthusiast? If so, you probably find it hard to keep up with the latest news because the crowd is literally contributing to positive change all over the world. For this reason IM.se is launching a new blog to give you a rundown of recent stories and help you find the best platforms to contribute your own ideas.

  • look-for-culture-fit

    Look for Culture Fit

    Aug 10, 2016 | In: Videos

    Jeff Seibert, senior director of product at Twitter, describes how several companies made offers to acquire the technology behind his first startup, a file-conversion engine. Faced with multiple offers, Seibert explains how culture fit and the chance to continue working on the product was more important in the decision-making process than how much money was offered.

  • Mike-Maples-Jr-floodgate

    Exponential Edge for Startups

    Aug 04, 2016 | In: Videos

    Mike Maples Jr., co-founder of venture capital firm Floodgate, explains how three laws of exponential growth favor tech entrepreneurs: Moore’s law ensures products will possess unprecedented computing power; Metcalfe’s law of network effects compounds the number of users; and the “power law” shows that top performers can achieve runaway success if they get everything right.

  • elon-musk-imperfections-arent-always-important

    Imperfections Aren’t Always Important

    Jul 27, 2016 | In: Videos

    During a special appearance at Stanford University, Elon Musk discusses the double-edged sword of paying close attention to tiny details. The iconic entrepreneur behind SpaceX, Tesla Motors and Paypal was on stage with DFJ General Partner Steve Jurvetson to kick off STVP Future Fest, a daylong series of events exploring how technology and scientific breakthroughs will shape society.

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