Apr 14, 2014 | In: Organization & Culture
The fourth theme addressed by MOOI is the relation between Open Innovation and Human Resource Management. This article delves deeper into the few articles that have arisen on HR and OI in the academic and professional literatures and the lessons that can be drawn from these existing sources. It also shares some of the take aways from the MOOI-forum discussions on this particular topic focus.
Apr 04, 2014 | In: Organization & Culture
Open innovation cannot be implemented in companies without the right organizational structure and processes supporting it. What are these organizational structures and processes that facilitate open innovation in companies? They determine the success of open innovation practices and, therefore, this theme clearly deserves more attention from managers. It is surprising that very few academic and professional articles have been written about this topic.
Mar 28, 2014 | In: Organization & Culture
The MOOI-forum is in its 4th month now, focusing on Human Resources Management and Open Innovation as monthly theme. Every month, great discussions emerge on the forum. One topic that came back each month but remained somewhat in the background is what we could label “the different faces of open innovation”.
Mar 24, 2014 | In: Editorial
Today innovation is no longer “nice to have.” If your organization is going to stay ahead of increasing competition, it’s a “must have.” This is something every CEO will agree with. But how does one increase their innovation capabilities? The good news is that innovation skills can be learned, just like any other discipline. Help us map the options currently available and get a free copy of the IM Executive Report 2014 in return.
Mar 22, 2014 | In: Roundtable Discussion
How does the new Readiness Assessment Tool help to generate more and better innovation, as well as faster and cheaper innovations that bring revenues? Apply the assessment tool to your own company to create a common understanding of what holistic innovation management means, to structure, analyze, and measure the innovation potential of your firm, identify areas of improvement, and ultimately to design and implement recommendations tailored to the unique position of the firm.
Mar 11, 2014 | In: Online Learning Programs
The seven-week Innovator’s Accelerator® online training program is designed to impart the skills of the innovator in as little as one hour per day. Enabled by a dynamic learning platform, lessons can be accessed anytime from virtually anywhere so your team members can participate as best fits their schedule, e.g., on their lunch hour, after […]
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Influenced by the spirit of Silicon Valley, this online program is designed to foster your ability to think differently in your quest to develop innovative products and services. It’s a self-paced, online and interactive program that will bring you cutting-edge practices, the essential skills and effective strategies to generate and implement new ideas. Read more […]
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HYPE GO! Ready is an online training concept to help business leaders tap into the collective insight of their chosen target community. The training runs across 12 weeks and offers participants access to innovation software HYPE GO! A state-of-the-art user-portal as well as professional training and coaching sessions. A state-of-the-art user-portal as well as professional […]
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The Innovator’s Accelerator® concentrated, independent online training program accelerates an individual’s ability to become more innovative. Enabled by a dynamic learning platform, lessons can be accessed anytime from virtually anywhere so your team members can participate at their own pace and when best fits their schedule. Read more > Private or open forum Groups of […]
Mar 03, 2014 | In: Roundtable Discussion
In this live IM Channel One Roundtable Discussion, hosted by HYPE Innovation, the panel discusses a new innovation maturity model that helps to understand how innovation evolves inside organizations. Based on detailed interviews with seasoned innovation professionals, the experts share insights on how to mature your innovation efforts over time. They also provide important information on new methodologies to help you adapt to an environment where the pace of change continues to accelerate.
Feb 24, 2014 | In: Channel One Invitations
Learn how to use the New Readiness Assessment Tool from EY to be able to create a common understanding of what holistic innovation management means; to structure, analyze, and measure the innovation potential of a firm, identify areas of improvement, and ultimately to design and implement recommendations tailored to the unique position of the firm. Join us on March 20th to learn more and to hear the expert panel share their experiences and a real life case study.
Feb 19, 2014 | In: Strategies
Implementing open innovation requires a shift in mindset and a change in culture. It requires individuals to be open for external ideas and to share knowledge. This is not the way innovation is managed traditionally. For individuals to behave in a way that fosters open innovation, support from the top management seems to be crucial. Is this really the case? Or are top executives too far away from the action when it comes to innovation and open innovation?
Feb 11, 2014 | In: Channel One Invitations
Innovating through new products or services can bring forth great business value, but there is another kind of innovation that can also be of tremendous value. Join Stanford Professor Hau Lee to learn how you can innovate with the design of the processes, the inter-relationships with the others, and the business models within the eco-system to enhance your value.
Feb 10, 2014 | In: Learning Programs
This one-week executive education program delivers a comprehensive training for high-level managers in how to effectively lead innovative teams and drive innovation through their enterprise. Held on-site at the iconic UC Berkeley campus and taught by renowned Berkeley-Haas faculty and Silicon Valley practitioners, the course delivers real-world methods and frameworks so participants can apply the learning to their own businesses. Attendees will receive a UC Berkeley Executive Education certificate upon completion.
Feb 06, 2014 | In: Organization & Culture
Stanford University Professors Hayagreeva (Huggy) Rao and Bob Sutton are addressing the “problem of more” in business with their new book, Scaling up Excellence: Getting to More Without Settling for Less. Together, They unpack the principles that help to cascade excellence throughout an organization, as well as provide strategy on eliminating destructive beliefs and behaviors that will hold them back.