innovation portfolio

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    Executing on Innovation – The Required Key Ingredients

    December 20, 2016 | By: | In: Enabling Factors, Organization & Culture

    Innovation: We all have seen the biggest, most successful companies talk about it and share their success stories. We have read about it in the latest business journals and magazines. We all want it in our organization but the right recipe with the right ingredients is often elusive. In this article we will share different views and discuss key ingredients required to create, execute, and innovate in your organization.

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    Managing Innovation Portfolio For Big Vision

    October 28, 2015 | By: | In: Creative Leadership, Life Cycle Processes

    Any enterprise, both big and small, must look to innovation not just to survive, but also to thrive. Predicting which directions the market will go and the right risks to take is a challenging goal, and requires several factors to ensure that each base is covered. Among them is portfolio management, a valuable method of organizing the innovative ambitions of any company. Project-based businesses – such as IT service providers, consultancy, and research firms – turn project portfolios into an expertise; enterprises focused on market risks (e.g., film studios, recording labels, VC firms) often decide on taking one single bet, preferring to manage an entire portfolio of projects and ventures.

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    Are You Focusing on the Right Pilot?

    July 15, 2015 | By: | In: Creative Leadership, Strategies

    Piloting in business innovation means testing an idea effectively. This is not a straightforward process and requires addressing the right questions: What idea should we test? Which aspect of it? How should we go about testing? How should we measure the results? What do we allow these results to mean and what do we do afterwards?

  • taking-action-the-innovatino-master-plan

    Taking Action: Your Innovation Master Plan

    June 5, 2015 | By: | In: Life Cycle Processes, The Innovation Formula

    The focus of the The Innovation Formula is on the innovation process that makes sense for small businesses, where lean, simple, and fast are essential. You may also be interested in a view of the innovation process that’s suited to larger companies, so this chapter provides an overview of the Innovation Master Plan framework that we use when we’re working with larger organizations on innovation projects and initiatives.

  • designing-your-innovation-portfolio

    Designing Your Innovation Portfolio

    May 11, 2015 | By: | In: The Innovation Formula

    The process of designing and developing your own innovation portfolios occurs as a series of steps that are described in a sequence because the output of one step will help you to think about the subsequent ones. The process builds towards design conclusions and decisions about the choices you’ll have to make, and then the investments that will back them up. In this chapter excerpt, Langdon Morris walks us through the process.

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    Managing Risk with Your Innovation Portfolio

    May 7, 2015 | By: | In: The Innovation Formula

    Probably the single greatest threat to most small businesses is “concentration risk,” also known as “keeping all your eggs in one basket.” In this chapter excerpt of of The Innovation Formula Langdon Morris discusses innovation portfolio design, and how it translates the goals and intents of your aims and strategy into a set of risk-managed innovation projects.

  • Agile Innovation

    Agile Innovation: The Revolutionary Approach to Accelerate Success, Inspire Engagement, and Ignite Creativity

    January 12, 2015 | By: | In: Agile Innovation, Strategies

    Charles Darwin said it quite well: “In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” Innovation, collaboration, and improvisation are indeed essential forces shaping all of business and all of modern life, and they’ve become vitally important for the individual, the organization, and indeed for all of society.

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    Elements of a Successful Innovation Roadmap

    November 10, 2014 | By: | In: Life Cycle Processes, Strategies

    Countless articles argue: To remain competitive, companies need to consistently build their innovation portfolio. Value-oriented improvement and new developments must permeate the business. This article discusses a structured approach, known as a Rapid Innovation Cycle, which brings a repeatable process to innovation, empowering individuals to contribute more and organizations to look beyond themselves—all leading to a higher success rate.

  • PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 3

    PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 3

    September 24, 2013 | By: | In: Strategies

    In Parts 1 & 2, Gordon, newly appointed CEO of PharmaX, is confronted with a serious innovation gap in the next 5 years. His pipeline of projects is quality but high risk. From an arm’s length point of view, he sees that he has 3 options: business as usual, R&D budget cutting or rethink the way PharmaX assets are being used to redefine a new strategy. In Part 3 we will see how Gordon draws on his experience in customer needs driven innovation and managing his team, to carve out a daring innovation program.

  • PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 2

    PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 2

    September 18, 2013 | By: | In: Strategies

    In the first installment, Gordon the newly appointed CEO at Pharmax is confronted with an innovation gap of 5 years. Certainly, the potential of the portfolio is high, but the risks are even higher. With market pressure breathing down his neck, Gordon tries to make sense of the options that he has and make the right decisions.

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    How to Innovate: The Innovation Process

    August 8, 2013 | By: | In: Serialized Books, The Innovation Master Plan

    Many people assume that creating new ideas is the beginning of the innovation process, but actually that’s not true. Ideation occurs in the middle of the disciplined innovation process, which we present in this chapter.

  • Balancing Innovation Via Organizational Ambidexterity

    Balancing Innovation Via Organizational Ambidexterity – Part 1

    May 29, 2013 | By: | In: Organization & Culture

    Organizational ambidexterity is becoming a Key Factor for Success in many industries. With a proper ambidextrous set-up, firms can optimally balance radical and incremental innovation.This is part 1 of a 3-part article co-written by innovation-3’s Frank Mattes and Ralph-Christian Ohr from Integrative Innovation. In this article we are showing the need for organizational ambidexterity, introduce the concept, show how it can be implemented and provide two case studies from leading German firms

  • Karl Olsson

    Time to Challenge the Patent Portfolio

    May 20, 2009 | By: | In: Interviews, Strategies

    Many companies pay substantial yearly fees in order to protect their patents. But what business benefit do these patents really generate?

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