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Your Next Innovation Campaign

Your Next Innovation Campaign

You’ve got some new ideas! Great job! But now what? Well, there are two very important things that need to happen to make your crowdsourced innovation community a success. First, you need to make sure to implement ideas. And if you’re not sure how to make that happen, give our idea implementation webinar a watch! … Continued

Do You Know How to Identify and Nurture Innovation Talent?

Many companies today are experiencing an accelerated pace of change. As the world around us changes, how do successful companies drive change internally? After all, most of your workforce was probably hired for their functional skills, such as sales, accounting or production. Now we find that a new set of skills is necessary, and many … Continued

Purpose as a Way of Business

way of business

Purpose offers a distinct advantage to organizations that have a clear mission and work to serve that mission. Not only does organizational purpose build clarity and drive company direction, but having a clear company purpose also turns company employees into better employees. Millennials are more likely to stay at a company when they have a … Continued

What Innovation Skills Should You Focus on Building?

What Innovation Skills Should You Focus on Building

Innovation is a practice at forward-thinking organizations. And like any other company discipline, the  skills and rules associated with an internal practice require refinement and continuous learning because the boundaries of that practice are constantly moving and being redefined. But what should you focus on? What skills require up-leveling and what should you prioritize in … Continued

Will the profile of innovators change?

Who are the innovators

A recent study by the ITIF (Information Technology & Innovation Foundation) gave us some inside information about who the innovators are in the United States. “Immigrants, we get the job done.” This is the cry of Lafayette and Alexander Hamilton in recent blockbuster musical Hamilton, and the ITIF study shows us it is no joke. … Continued