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How To Encourage Employees To Develop A Growth Mindset

One of the problems businesses face today is encouraging their team to have the right mindset. Although people need the right skills and resources to succeed in any career, they also need a positive attitude to guide them in the right direction. Unfortunately, many people have a “fixed” mindset. This essentially means that people believe … Continued

And the Winner Is… Announcing 2020 Innovation Management Awards

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Since 2015, the Innovation Management Awards, presented by IdeaScale, have sought out the best innovation strategists, designers, and approaches. 2020’s field was a tough one to narrow down, as innovation management has spread from the smallest businesses to the biggest conglomerates. Nonetheless, we’ve picked the winners in three categories: Best Engagement Strategy, Best Innovation Process, … Continued

What I’ve Learned In My First Month at IdeaScale

I joined IdeaScale in March 2020, just as the COVID-19 pandemic had thrown the whole world into lockdown mode. Schools and daycares were closed down, office workers became strictly homebound, airports were empty, and hospitals were overcrowded while simultaneously becoming incubators for the virus. In a matter of weeks, all sense of normalcy was gone … Continued

Influence Cultures that Drive Innovation!

Have you ever struggled to gain adoption of your innovation efforts? Have you had the organizational anti-bodies torpedo your good work? Do you struggle to gain alignment around your innovation programs? You are not alone.  These are the greatest challenges that innovators face in nearly all large organizations. The solutions seem elusive and it isn’t … Continued

4 Ways Innovation Can Increase Business Revenue

source: Pexels In a recent study, researchers looked at different businesses and saw that the more the employees generated innovative ideas that management was likely to adopt, the higher the probability was that said company would grow its profits annually. At the other end of the spectrum, companies with little to no new ideas generated … Continued