organization & culture

  • The Role of Top Management in Open Innovation

    The Role of Top Management in Open Innovation

    February 19, 2014 | By: | In: Strategies

    Implementing open innovation requires a shift in mindset and a change in culture. It requires individuals to be open for external ideas and to share knowledge. This is not the way innovation is managed traditionally. For individuals to behave in a way that fosters open innovation, support from the top management seems to be crucial. Is this really the case? Or are top executives too far away from the action when it comes to innovation and open innovation?

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    Tips For Quicker And More Innovative Analogies

    January 10, 2014 | By: | In: Life Cycle Processes

    In this article Dr. Stephen Sweid is sharing a few secrets of the analogy method that has been refined throughout the years. Suggested techniques render this method more user friendly, but also allow it to generate WOW type new ideas that are more compatible (for integration) and that work in the real world, e.g. in the market.

  • Live Web Event: Promoting your Enterprise Innovation Program - Strategies, Tactics, Actions

    Live Web Event: Promoting your Enterprise Innovation Program – Strategies, Tactics, Actions

    November 6, 2013 | By: | In: Channel One Invitations

    One of the most crucial elements to success is the communication and promotion strategy of an innovation initiative. This is not only important during its launch, but throughout the lifetime of the program. Not paying enough attention to this topic from the beginning is likely to result in low participation and poor results. Join us on December 4th for the IM Channel One live webcast and learn more about how to promote an innovation program effectively to raise awareness and get sustainable engagement.

  • Innovators Aren't Born - They're Made

    Innovators Aren’t Born – They’re Made

    September 20, 2013 | By: | In: IM Channel One, Learning Programs, Roundtable Discussion

    Today, the “business as usual” is not sufficient. What we experience at an increasing pace are razor-thin margins, heightened global competition and a rollercoaster economy. Innovation is the key to creating and sustaining a business’s competitive advantage. In fact, without it, the results can be catastrophic. But there is good news: research shows that anyone can learn the skills needed to become more innovative. In this Expert Roundtable Discussion learn more about how innovation can be learned, what the key innovation skills are, and how companies can support a culture of innovation.

  • Disappointed By Innovation Results? It’s The Culture, Stupid!

    Disappointed By Innovation Results? It’s The Culture!

    September 9, 2013 | By: | In: Organization & Culture

    Though companies invest into innovation they like results less and less. There seems to be a glass ceiling for driving innovation, which neither new tools and processes nor innovation consultants seem to crack. It is time to face the elephant in the room: company culture and its impact on innovation performance. Top management needs to learn deal with it. Then company culture will become a driver of innovation rather than getting in the way.

  • How to Find Customer Frictions

    How to Find Customer Frictions

    August 21, 2013 | By: | In: Front End of Innovation, Life Cycle Processes

    An innovation is a simple new solution for a relevant problem. That’s why at the start of innovation you should look out for relevant problems instead of ideas. But how do you find them?

  • How to Get the Most from your Innovation Software

    How to Get the Most from your Innovation Software: Key Process Considerations

    August 19, 2013 | By: | In: Strategies

    HYPE Innovation is producing a series of five articles to help innovation practitioners, and those new to collaborative innovation, understand how to build a successful and sustainable enterprise program. Each article will address a different theme, will focus on clear actions any company can take, and highlight pitfalls to avoid. The first article in this series explains how software can help engage your enterprise in innovation, yet also shares experiences from HYPE clients as to the other key activities required to make a ‘software-enabled’ program successful over many years.

  • 18 Top International Trend Sites

    18 Top International Trend Sites

    August 7, 2013 | By: | In: Front End of Innovation, Life Cycle Processes

    As innovator you need to look ahead and prepare your organization for the future. Not an easy job, knowing the world is changing at an increasing pace. What’s going to happen? How will my market change? What new technology is out there? How are target groups changing? And what impact will it have on us?

  • Risks of Incremental, Differential, Radical, and Breakthrough Innovation Projects

    Risks of Incremental, Differential, Radical, and Breakthrough Innovation Projects

    July 29, 2013 | By: | In: Enabling Factors

    From incremental to breakthrough innovation projects, managers need to handle different activities and with them dissimilar venues of risks. In this article the internal, external and hidden risks of incremental, differential, radical, and breakthrough innovation projects are identified and ranked accordingly. In addition, for every category a general innovation eco-system has been analyzed.

  • You Can’t Innovate Alone

    You Can’t Innovate Alone

    June 27, 2013 | By: | In: Front End of Innovation, Organization & Culture

    You can invent on your own, but in an organization you can never innovate alone! You need an awful lot of colleagues and bosses to share your vision before a big change can truly take place.

  • How To Innovate The Expedition Way

    How To Innovate The Expedition Way

    June 10, 2013 | By: | In: Front End of Innovation, Organization & Culture

    Innovation is essential. But it is difficult and risky. Inspired by great explorers like Columbus, Magellan, Amundsen, Hillary and Armstrong a method for ideating new concepts was developed, designed as an expedition.

  • What's the role of top management?

    Governing Innovation in Practice – The Role of Top Management

    June 7, 2013 | By: | In: Organization & Culture

    What role does the C-Suite have in exercising the company’s innovation governance responsibilities? In this article, the last in a series of five, professor Jean-Philippe Deschamps, defines six domains that are essential to organize and mobilize for innovation. They will condition the way innovation will be carried out and sustained by the organization and hence belong to the prime innovation governance duties of the top management team.

  • Driving Collaboration - DiverseOpinion is the Key to Innovation

    Driving Collaboration – Diverse Opinion is the Key to Innovation

    May 24, 2013 | By: | In: Organization & Culture

    HYPE Innovation is producing a series of five articles to help innovation practitioners and those new to collaborative enterprise innovation, understand how to build a successful and sustainable program. In this article we share insights on driving collaboration between your employees.

  • The Secret of Innovative Companies: It Isn’t R&D

    The Secret of Innovative Companies: It Isn’t R&D

    April 18, 2013 | By: | In: Learning Programs, Organization & Culture, Training & Education

    In rejecting the limiting belief that innovation is R&D’s job alone, leaders of highly innovative companies work hard to instill “innovation is everyone’s job” as a guiding organizational mission. In this article, co-creators of Innovator’s Accelerator, Jeff Dyer and Hal Gregersen share insights and examples to follow in order to ensure innovation starts at the top and reaches the bottom of your organization.

  • Measuring Innovation part 2: Dark Innovation

    Measuring Innovation part 2: Dark Innovation

    April 4, 2013 | By: | In: Innovation Psychology

    Many activities in organizations that are considered innovative risk being missed if we solely use the standard toolkit to measure innovation. In this article we will look at three types of scales that measure intangible aspects of innovation that are easily added to the toolkit of any organization.

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