Product organizations often fill their pipelines with more ideas than their budget and resources can handle because they lack the means to identify and prioritize the winning ideas. The result is that most organizations have too many projects for their resources and miss opportunities to develop the products that will gain them market share. In this IM Channel One Ask the Expert Q&A hosted by Planview, the experts discussed how organizations should assess which products are market-worthy, and how to prioritize them to justify resource allocation is critical to the product organization’s success.
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The new corporate venturing adapts open innovation tools to ensure that the created future options can be realized. Proven open innovation practices, such as challenge diffusion or RFPs, stealth scouting and ecosystem landscaping, are very amenable to successful corporate venture portfolio building. In this IM Channel One Expert Roundtable Discussion on April 11th we heard from corporate venturing leaders how they view the future of corporate venturing and how they see the way open innovation can and will contribute to their corporate venturing activities and global innovation strategy.
As companies strive for double-digit growth from innovation they are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain their growth targets from innovation year after year. One key success factor to reach goals is to be able to integrate the innovation process and make it everyone’s job. On February 7, 2013 experts and practitioners shared their experiences in the IM Channel One Expert Panel Q&A session.
In tough economic times, companies need to demonstrate the value of their innovation programs. Many innovation leaders are pressured to deliver benefits now, whilst long-term success depends on managing a strong portfolio of strategic innovations and potential breakthroughs. In this IM Channel One Expert Panel Discussion hosted by HYPE Innovation, global innovation leaders talk about how they’ve found a “sweet spot” between strategic and tactical innovation through a smart mix of structure, programs, and tools.
In large or complex organizations, starting or ramping up innovation can be a real challenge. For concrete ideas on how to create momentum for innovation projects, watch this IM Channel One Ask the Experts Panel Discussion. We invited two experts from KILN’s cauldron to discuss aspects of innovation program momentum, from leveraging the creative talent of your people, through to winning management’s buy-in.
In this recorded IM Channel One Expert Panel Discussion hosted by NineSigma, you will learn about how Open Innovation has been adopted transversally across diverse industries, how this has been achieved and the impact it has had in making and maintaining these Open Innovation adopters industry leaders.
This IM Expert Panel Discussion on making innovation pay offers insights on new methods to increase the rate of innovation, reduce individual level costs per innovation and encourage fail fast methods. This session is all about unusual ways that organizations have managed to drive innovation execution to make returns on their innovation investments and the key learnings that can be applied and replicated in your organization.
On May 3, 2012 IM Channel One hosted the Expert Panel Discussion on innovation culture and key success factors to operate cultural changes in a complex organizations. The webinar was moderated by Gregg Fraley from KILN, joined by three experts from multinational companies; Dennis Curry from HP, Bengt Järrehult from SCA and Adi Codaty from United Healthcare International.
In an open innovation ecosystem, what is best practice? How do decentralized and centralized organizations meet different needs? Which success criteria are most important for next generation innovators? These are a few of the topics discussed in the IM Channel One webinar on December 8, 2011.
How do you prepare to overcome the implementation barriers in an open innovation environment? What types of issues need to be considered? How can you prevent fear of violated IPR issues becoming show-stoppers in your open innovation process? And how can common pitfalls be avoided? These are some of the challenges covered in the November 10th IM Channel One live webcast.
In this recorded IM Channel One Webcast David Burns talks about some of the challenges connected with how to better leverage Open Innovation in your organization. For example how processes and structures can be put in place to manage, rank, decide on, track and archive hundreds or thousands of ideas and challenges.
For those of you who didn’t have the opportunity to join our live webcast from IMD or want to share the viewing with friends or colleagues, here is a possibility to watch the session, view the slides and learn more about on the topic “China – what is next”
Webcast Recording with IMD Professor Bill Fischer on “Everyone wants to be innovative, but few succeed”
For those of you who couldn’t join our live webcast from IMD or want to share the recorded session with friends and colleagues, here is a possibility to watch the session, view the slides and learn more about on the topic “Everyone wants to be innovative, but few succeed”.