When innovation programs introduce an open ideation component to their brainstorming process, great ideas from the obvious to the awesome emerge. Small communities form around those ideas as people vote those ideas up (or down) and volunteer to be a part of realizing them. However, when it comes to implementing ideas that make sense and align to business goals – it is important to take those ideas and ask some probing questions to get to the heart of that idea’s value proposition.

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When innovation programs introduce an open ideation component to their brainstorming process, great ideas from the obvious to the awesome emerge. Small communities form around those ideas as people vote those ideas up (or down) and volunteer to be a part of realizing them. However, when it comes to implementing ideas that make sense and align to business goals – it is important to take those ideas and ask some probing questions to get to the heart of that idea’s value proposition.

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When innovation programs introduce an open ideation component to their brainstorming process, great ideas from the obvious to the awesome emerge. Small communities form around those ideas as people vote those ideas up (or down) and volunteer to be a part of realizing them. However, when it comes to implementing ideas that make sense and align to business goals – it is important to take those ideas and ask some probing questions to get to the heart of that idea’s value proposition.

Read More at Innovation Excellence

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