May 27, 2015 | By: Fredrik Harenstam, Ben Thuriaux-Aleman & Rick Eagar | In: Organization & Culture, Strategies
Most companies recognize the need for breakthrough innovation – it can change the fundamental bases of competition, “rewrite the rules” of an industry and transform the prospects of the successful innovator. There is no one-size-fits-all model for how best to respond to this challenge. Arthur D. Little surveyed over 80 large organizations to explore how to deliver a consistent pipeline of radically new products, performance features, business models and market space.
Imagine if you could listen to the daily conversations of world-class innovation program leaders. How would you use that information to deepen your thinking about innovation and what it takes to really implement it, organization-wide?
Which companies lead the world in turning creative ideas into protected, commercialized inventions? The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters, the world’s premier provider of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, answered that question today with the announcement of its fourth annual 2014 Top 100 Global Innovators list. The program honors the 100 most innovative organizations globally, as measured by a series of patent-related metrics.
Many of the challenges faced by an organisation wanting to innovate boils down to talent management, areas often directly under the influence of HR. In this study, we explore whether HR has become a partner yet in innovation. We make the case that it is imperative for HR to be a driver, while also being innovative in its own domain.
The innovation management service market has experienced a huge growth in the past years. A new report helps you understand the landscape and drivers, as well as provides key insights to be able to navigate in the future. The report is based on a series of surveys and interviews with over 500 innovation management service providers from all around the world, as well as in-depth interviews with experts in the field.
Innovation is becoming more and more of a prerequisite for any company’s survival – yet it is not always easy to innovate. This is where innovation management service providers come to the rescue by providing services such as IT solutions for collaborative platforms, IT services for open innovation solutions, management consulting or training and education programs. InnovationManagement.se is currently conducting a study that takes a closer look at this market, its stakeholders, governing trends and future potential.
July 9, 2012 | By: Chuck Frey | In:
Opportunities are abundant for “crowd-accelerated innovation, collaborative alignment and creative dislocation,” says a new KPMG report. A case in point is the healthcare market, the focus of this new study from the consulting giant.