March 29, 2017 | By: InnovationManagement | In:
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To amplify your company’s presence and scale your influence, innovation teams need to harness informal networks and not simply rely on formal structures to create a thriving innovation eco-system. Enter Innovation Catalysts: natural champions who are believers, idea generators, problem solvers, mentors and sponsors in your organization.
Over the past few weeks we have done the analysis of all of the big innovation bloggers to find evidence of who really are the best innovation bloggers of 2016, and who you should look out for in 2017, ranked into the official Top 20 list.
Bestselling author Guy Kawasaki encourages entrepreneurs to tell a great story. In this clip, he uses Silicon Valley examples to explain the importance of the skill. He also urges entrepreneurs and startups to “plant many seeds” when it comes to getting the word out about new products. According to Kawasaki, this advice may eschew traditional marketing philosophy, but with the media world now inverted, entrepreneurs never know which outlets will make the difference in building critical mass for a product.
Dr. Alexander Ostervalder talks about the systematic approach to business model innovation. He suggests using architectural strategies when planning new business models, such as prototyping and sketching. He also stresses the importance of a strong facilitator who can enforce rules during the innovation process.
This week InnovationManagement spoke to Braden Kelley – innovation expert, consultant, author and tremendously popular blogger. Learn more about his perspective on innovation management and even get a sneak peak into his new book.
InnovationManagement spoke to Tony Ulwick, founder and CEO of Strategyn, Inc., and publisher of numerous articles on innovation management in the Harvard Business Review and the Sloan Management Review. What are his views on innovation management, what does he like about his job and what should the newly appointed innovation manager who is having a hard time getting the much needed support and buy-in from the top management do?