Suzan Briganti

Suzan Briganti, CEO & Founder, Totem Inc. Suzan brings 25 years of experience in strategy, research and innovation. She has patents pending in innovation methods, and has won numerous awards for creative work. She has grown Totem from a garage start-up to a trusted business partner of global Fortune 500 clients. A passionate and effective innovation leader and product visionary, Suzan grew up in Silicon Valley since before it was called that.

All articles by Suzan Briganti:

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    Lean Start-Up and Digital Skills: Are They Enough?

    Oct 16, 2017 | In: Organization & Culture

    If you’re like a lot of people, your company is trying to drive innovation internally, with a workforce that wasn’t really hired for that. It’s a tough nut to crack, and the very reason we started Swarm Vision.

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    Top Three Blogs on Innovation Talent

    Aug 15, 2017 | In: Reports, Trend Alert

    Innovation is a hot topic today. No wonder that there are numerous blogs on the subject. In a fascinating report, CapGemini found that “difficulty finding the right people to drive innovation efforts was the number one constraint to innovation success.” So we assumed there would be lots of good advice in these blogs on the people side of innovation ‑ innovation talent, leadership and teams. We set out, full of enthusiasm, to find the best blogs on innovation talent.

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    Are Legacy Approaches to Talent Inhibiting Your Innovation Efforts?

    Aug 08, 2017 | In: Innovation Psychology, Organization & Culture

    The legacy approach to talent selection involves matching education, length of experience and functional skills to the role. All of this makes sense as a baseline, and for well-established professions. But, we argue, selecting talent for innovation requires a whole new approach. Companies must recognize specific innovation skills that drive business outcomes. Yet today, most lack the tools to do so.

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    Clear the Mystery Around Innovation Crowdsourcing: Learn from the Pros

    Jan 18, 2016 | In: Organization & Culture

    So you’re thinking of tapping your employees or customers for ideas. You’ve read some exciting crowdsourcing case studies and it seems like a no brainer. Or you’ve used a consultant but now want to go it alone? What could possibly go wrong? If you’re like a lot of first timers, you’ll get the software all set up, announce the challenge, and sit back with great expectations!

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