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:

  • the-surprising-habits-of-original-thinkers

    The Surprising Habits of Original Thinkers

    Dec 07, 2016 | In: Videos

    How do creative people come up with great ideas? Organizational psychologist Adam Grant studies “originals”: thinkers who dream up new ideas and take action to put them into the world. In this talk, learn three unexpected habits of originals — including embracing failure. “The greatest originals are the ones who fail the most, because they’re the ones who try the most,” Grant says. “You need a lot of bad ideas in order to get a few good ones.”

  • worldwide-campaign-bringing-tech-science-closer-to-people

    Worldwide Campaign Brings Tech & Science Closer to People – an opportunity for tech projects

    Dec 02, 2016 | In: Events, News

    Attention innovators: here’s your chance to showcase tech & science projects and benefit from international promotion among a tech-oriented crowd, media, industry representatives and business professionals for free. The digital campaign, “Bringing tech&science closer to people,” carried out under the auspices of UNESCO, is here to celebrate innovators and inventors and the world-changing solutions they are working on.

  • understand-the-essence

    Understand the Essence

    Nov 30, 2016 | In: Videos

    Ron Gutman, founder and CEO of HealthTap, discusses the need to balance broad strategic thinking with a granular-level understanding of the fundamental human experience that a new product seeks to improve or create. As an example, Gutman explains how his digital-health app is just an extension of the archetypal interaction between healer and patient.

  • why-tech-hasnt-transformed-healthcare

    Why Tech Hasn’t Transformed Healthcare

    Nov 23, 2016 | In: Videos

    Med-tech entrepreneur Michael Ackermann cites the various reasons why healthcare has yet to be disrupted by technology akin to how Amazon, Netflix and other companies have transformed their respective industries. Now vice president of neurostimulation at Allergan, Ackermann lists healthcare’s diverse and complex array of consumers, industry regulations, ethical and legal privacy concerns, and the fact that medical science moves at a much slower pace than software development.

  • steve-blank-the-rise-of-startups-and-investors

    The Rise of Startups and Investors

    Nov 16, 2016 | In: Videos

    Retired serial entrepreneur and educator Steve Blank traces the origin of technology startups and venture capital in Silicon Valley. An adjunct professor in Stanford’s School of Engineering, Blank talks about how the very first semiconductor business in the valley spawned 65 other chip companies over the next 20 years. The increased activity and a loosening of financial regulations subsequently led to the birth of venture capital, according to Blank.

  • matt-rogers-learning-to-lead-teams

    Learning to Lead Teams

    Nov 09, 2016 | In: Videos

    Matt Rogers, co-founder and vice president of engineering at Nest, recalls how working on projects at Apple from beginning to end put him in a position to lead teams. He also talks about how a great career can be built by taking on projects that others think are unworthy.

  • whats-new-in-crowdsourcing-november-2016

    What’s New in Crowdsourcing?

    Nov 03, 2016 | In: News

    November 3, 2016: There’s no longer any doubt that the democratization of designing, planning and decision making for just about anything is here to stay. In fact, these days it seems that no problem is too big or complex for the crowd. In this edition of What’s New we can see crowdsourcing being used to substitute a traditional justice system, write a country’s new constitution, plan the next generation of smart-cities, search for cleaner water, investigate the Moon and Jupiter, and the list goes on.

  • continuous-process-improvement

    Continuous Process Improvement

    Nov 02, 2016 | In: Enabling Factors, Videos

    Are you trying to transform something? Most of us are. In fact, data shows that at least 68% of organisations have moderate to significant transformations in their 2-3 year plan. In this short talk, Penny Weller, Senior Director at the Hackett Group, talks about continuous process improvement and strategies to create sustainable transformations and improvements your business and in the world around you.

  • how-humility-courage-and-empathy-help-navigate-the-creative-process

    How Humility, Courage, and Empathy Help Navigate the Creative Process

    Oct 26, 2016 | In: Videos

    In this short talk, Seung Chan Lim (Slim) shares two stories from research he conducted at both the Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University on what it means to “make something,” how it works as a creative process, and why it matters to our lives. The stories illustrate how humility & courage help the artist develop their empathy in relation to the “others” they interact with in the creative process.

  • global-compeativeness-report-2016-2017

    The Global Competitiveness Report 2016–2017

    Oct 19, 2016 | In: Reports

    The Global Competitiveness Report assesses the competitiveness landscape of 138 economies, providing insight into the drivers of their productivity and prosperity. Switzerland, Singapore and the United States remain the three world’s most competitive economies.

  • what-creativity-is-trying-to-tell-you

    What Creativity is Trying to Tell You

    | In: Videos

    The creative process is as individual as it is universal. And yet there is a secret that creativity itself is yearning to tell us. Since the age of 9, Jonathan has performed as a singer, dancer, actor, and gone on to other creative ventures such as a playwright, director, choreographer, author, and voice over artist. Many different titles, one common thread: Creativity. He shares pivotal life experiences that define creativity for him and shows how you can tap into your own creativity on a daily basis, in whatever space and time you have.

  • dianakander-talk-entrepreneurship-startups

    Our Approach to Innovation is Dead Wrong

    Oct 12, 2016 | In: Videos

    In the past decade, we’ve seen an explosion in the number of business incubators, startup accelerators and entrepreneurial training programs. But Kander argues all of these programs share an enormous fatal flaw. Diana’s talk challenges our thinking about entrepreneurship and presents a new approach for startups and corporations alike.

  • Report-getting-connected-products-right

    Getting Connected Products Right

    Oct 11, 2016 | In: Reports

    Why do so many companies seem to be sitting on the sidelines when it comes to creating connected products and designing services that tie into them? The cost of adding wireless connectivity to a device is plummeting toward $1. Projections about how many Internet of Things (IoT) objects will be part of our lives, at work or at home, range from 12 billion by 2020 (Cisco) to 50 billion (Ericsson and Intel).

  • imagination-starts-with-engagement

    Imagination Starts with Engagement

    Oct 05, 2016 | In: Videos

    Stanford Professor of the Practice Tina Seelig explains how imagination requires active engagement, which reveals opportunities to envision what might be different. Imagination is the first stage of a four-step process that Seelig details for bringing ideas to life.

  • crowdsourcing-in-the-news-october4-2016

    What’s New in Crowdsourcing?

    Oct 04, 2016 | In: News

    October 4, 2016: These days the wisdom of the crowd is helping with everything from decoding war correspondence from 150 years ago to studying breast cancer and preventing terrorism. The conservative parties in both the US and UK are even asking the crowd for help— on topics previously reserved for top strategists.

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