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Do You Know the Value of an Idea?

Value of an Idea

If you’ve been reading our blog, then you know that there are two ways of measuring innovation program success: innovation inputs and innovation outputs. One of our customers is so good at measuring their innovation outputs, that they know the value of every incoming idea (whether it’s implemented or not). This is something that you … Continued

Innovation: Ancient, Ageless, and Diverse

Innovation Diverse

Did you attend that start-up incubator networking event last week? Did you know that that start-up incubator mentality isn’t the new revolutionary concept many believe it to be? According to the Harvard Business Review it dates back to 15th-century Italy. During the Renaissance, master artists in Florence were committed to sharing their talent with up-and-coming artists … Continued

Is Myopia the Biggest Threat to Innovation?

threat to innovation

Innovation is all about the ability to see clearly. A lack of clarity can be deadly to companies in any number of ways, but one of the most deadly is how it can choke off innovation. Here are a few case studies and what organizations can learn from them. Kodak Kodak was once the most … Continued