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  • Balancing Innovation Via Organizational Ambidexterity

    Balancing Innovation via Organizational Ambidexterity – Part 2

    August 12, 2013 | By: | In: Organization & Culture

    In the first part of a 3-part article series innovation-3’s Frank Mattes and Integrative Innovation’s Ralph-Christian Ohr worked out why successful firms need to balance radical and incremental innovation. They introduced the concept of organizational ambidexterity as an appropriate way for simultaneously conducting exploration and exploitation, the two paradigms behind radical and incremental innovation.This second part shows some best practice examples of how the most innovative firms are setting up organizational ambidexterity.

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    What Companies Like Taco Bell And Corning Do To Truly Transform

    October 22, 2012 | By: | In: Around the Web

    Agility, innovation, and operational excellence form the transformation triangle. Whether you’re slinging tacos or manufacturing durable glass for iPhones, your company needs all three to survive and thrive.

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    Best Practices for Leading via Innovation

    August 13, 2012 | By: | In: Around the Web

    What do General Electric (GE), Procter & Gamble (P&G) and IBM have in common? All three companies nurture and energize talent, carving out the necessary resources to invest in recruiting, selecting and growing the people who will become their future leaders. This, in turn, provides a fertile setting for innovation to thrive.

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    Reinventing Knowledge Management to Innovate

    March 30, 2010 | By: | In: Blogs, Organization & Culture

    There has been a shift from the emphasis on what people called the “information value chain” to “knowledge value chain” for quite some time. The environments are shrewd and unpredictable in this world of growing competition and rapid technological progress. The information value chain just served as a database of “best practices” whereas “knowledge value chain” emphasizes on the active sense making of human beings handling business.