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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.
Mar 09, 2015 | In: Organization & Culture
Everyone plans tasks in different ways, but the largest, most complicated projects have tried-and-tested methodologies that help break processes down and ensure that stakeholders and different departments are clear about which tasks need to be completed by whom and by what time. This article breaks project planning down into seven key tasks that have to be completed before work begins to give the project the best possible chance of coming in on time and on budget.
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.
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Jan 06, 2015 | In: Videos
Stanford Prof. Tina Seelig discusses how motivation and experimentation are essential for creativity. She also shows how true problem-solvers and entrepreneurs utilize whatever is within reach to overcome obstacles, and then quickly prototype, rather than let challenges stand in the way of a solution.
Dec 05, 2014 | In: Roundtable Discussion
Innovations should clearly contribute to growth, optimization and protection of the business. However, CEOs often challenge innovations already at the beginning of respective discussions and huge amounts of ideas get lost, together with prospective business benefits. In this IM Channel One Roundtable Discussion we introduced EY’s way of utilizing innovation management to address the three most relevant board room challenges: top-line growth, bottom-line growth and business resilience.
Nov 14, 2014 | In: Roundtable Discussion
Innovation is such a hot topic of discussion that it can be difficult to determine the next initiatives to undertake to grow the maturity of your innovation program. In this enlightening webinar on November 12, 2014 we highlighted several innovation trends to consider implementing today for measurable results tomorrow.
Nov 13, 2014 | In: Reports
Which companies lead the world in turning creative ideas into protected, commercialized inventions? The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters, the world’s premier provider of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, answered that question today with the announcement of its fourth annual 2014 Top 100 Global Innovators list. The program honors the 100 most innovative organizations globally, as measured by a series of patent-related metrics.
Oct 27, 2014 | In: Roundtable Discussion
The ultimate task for multinationals today is to efficiently harness their greatest asset: the knowledge and expertise of its people, spread across the organization and the globe. In this live IM Channel One Roundtable Discussion, hosted by Exago, we share experiences on how to run a cross borders idea management program, so as to achieve corporate alignment, employee’s engagement and seed a culture of innovation.
Oct 21, 2014 | In: Training & Education
You’d be hard pressed these days to find a single CEO who doesn’t endorse the “innovation is very important to us” statement. So why are we not seeing the same level of commitment when it comes to actually creating the working conditions where innovative teams can thrive and deliver results? Don’t miss your opportunity to make that change happen. You can take action to help your business evolve with the times and deliver tangible results.
Sep 12, 2014 | In: Online Learning Programs
About the course This eight-week digital program begins with an examination of current business models and their limitations when applied to today’s evolving environment. As the learning journey progresses, you will be confronted with a variety of insights concerning where innovation comes from; how you can tap into the future today; strategies for giving a […]
| In: Training & Education
Being Innovative from IMD is designed for executives who need to fulfill the role of strategic leader in a time of great turbulence, specifically leaders who are struggling to think strategically in a fast moving world and who need to find innovative solutions to new and evolving scenarios.
Sep 11, 2014 | In: Roundtable Discussion
Innovation Governance delivers on the strategic intent of innovation. Yet few organizations seem to get Governance right. This live IM Channel One Roundtable Discussion, hosted by Imaginatik, explores the role of an Innovation Steering Committee in enterprise innovation: how to construct and manage it, measure innovation and use it to engage the hearts of employees, customers and leaders.
Sep 10, 2014 | In: Training & Education
An increasing number of companies are turning to business model innovation (BMI) as the best option to increase growth and revenues. Since product or process innovation is often expensive and time-consuming with uncertain outcome and ROI, more companies are turning to BMI as the better alternative compared to product or process innovation.
Aug 11, 2014 | In: Strategies
While most companies focus their innovation efforts on new products, others like Amazon and Netflix are disrupting industries with business model innovation –a cheaper, easier and more powerful form of innovation. InnovationManagement.se spoke about business model innovation with professors Netessine and Girotra, authors of the new book “The risk-driven business model”