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    How to Implement Design Leadership in Your Organization

    May 5, 2016 | By: | In: InnoView, Videos

    While discussing the role of a designer in a corporate context, Lee Fain (Design & Innovation at Electrolux) and Anthony Ferrier (CEO, Culturevate) exchange views on a number of questions that are critical to the implementation of design leadership: How can design leaders scale their influence? Does the designer’s representation need to come directly from a designer, or can it come from another leader with an interest in design? Finally, where does design typically sit within an organization? Join us for this latest clip from Innoview – a new interview series with a focus on developing cultures of innovation and intrapreneurs within corporate settings.

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    12 Tips for New Business Owners in the First 12 Months of Their Company’s Life

    May 4, 2016 | By: | In: Support for SMEs

    If you are starting a new business you may be feeling a little overwhelmed by the number of decisions you need to make. You may wonder what secret tricks successful business owners used to ensure that their companies grew in the right direction. Here are twelve tips that you should use in your first twelve months in order to make sure that your company has the best chance to succeed.

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    Do You Know the Seven Stages of Innovation?

    May 3, 2016 | By: | In: Life Cycle Processes

    At IdeaScale, we define prolific innovators as organizations that have moved more than half of their ideas to the final stage. This doesn’t necessarily mean that every suggested idea became a value-generating, implemented reality. This means that the completed ideas had each been investigated, responded to, and a decision was made to move forward or not. But of course, at least a portion of those completed ideas generate measurable constructive outcomes.

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    Six Levers For Solving The Corporate Innovation Problem – Part 3

    May 2, 2016 | By: | In: Life Cycle Processes

    This is the third part of a three-part article series. We are investigating why – despite all the investments made into the early phase of innovation – innovation results remain disappointing. We call this the “corporate innovation problem”. In the first part we illustrated that companies are investing heavily into the early phase of innovation. In the second part, we provided some metrics on the corporate innovation problem and found that the corporate innovation problem actually consists of a “complexity” problem” and a “system problem”. In this article, we show six levers to change the “system problem” and think this is the way to solve the corporate innovation problem – and ultimately to increase innovation performance.

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    Innovation Tautogram — A Simple and Powerful Innovation Tool

    April 28, 2016 | By: | In: Strategies

    The human vocabulary with millions of words is adequate to explain all of our expectations and experiences, even those which are imagined. Why not harness the power of language to discover new products and services? Author Shanta R Yapa shares the Innovation Tautogram technique, which can be used as an individual or a group exercise.

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    How Facebook Makes Decisions

    April 27, 2016 | By: | In: Videos

    At Facebook, rather than asking permission, teams are encouraged to build and try things and then course correct if necessary, says Jocelyn Goldfein, director of engineering at Facebook. In response to a question from STVP Executive Director Tina Seelig, Goldfein also explains how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg manages to stay tapped into product development across the organization.

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    Everyone Talks About Innovation … But What is it Really?

    April 26, 2016 | By: | In: Enabling Factors

    From manufacturing to accounting: in every sector, organizations sooner or later declare themselves ‘innovative players’. Sad but true: as a mantra for businesses far and wide, ‘innovation’ too often becomes a catchphrase devoid of meaning. So let’s break it down and get back to the nitty-gritty: what is innovation exactly, and why should you care about the word’s core meaning?

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    Six Levers for Solving The Corporate Innovation Problem – Part 2

    April 25, 2016 | By: | In: Life Cycle Processes

    This is the second part of a three-part article series. In the first part we illustrated that firms are investing heavily into the early phase of innovation. In this second part we show that despite of all these investments, innovation results remain disappointing. We call this the “corporate innovation problem”. We provide some metrics and find that there are two root causes. In the upcoming third part we will suggest that six levers can be used to address one of the root causes. We believe that moving these levers can provide a solution to the corporate innovation problem – and ultimately lead to increased innovation performance.

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    Three Box Solution for Sustainable Innovation

    April 21, 2016 | By: | In: Book Reviews, Innovation Psychology

    “Before you can create, you must forget,” writes Vijay Govindarajan (VG), one of the world’s leading experts on strategy and innovation in his latest book “The Three Box Solution – A Strategy For Leading Innovation.” Why does VG say this and what can we learn from him?

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    What’s the Interaction between Design and Design Thinking?

    April 20, 2016 | By: | In: InnoView

    Design Thinking—a powerful methodology principally used in product design—is now influencing corporate culture, allowing everyone to be part of the creative process. Companies today are moving beyond simple brand and product design and are developing a strategic process to work more effectively and improve the customer experience. But how does this democratization of design principals within an organization effect the role and responsibilities of the designer? How does it change the way companies are thinking about design? In this clip from InnoView, Lee Fain (Design & Innovation at Electrolux) and Anthony Ferrier (CEO, Culturevate) discuss how design is changing in a corporate context.

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