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Best Practices for Engaging Your Innovation Community

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Developing a broad and deep innovation community puts a wonderful resource at your fingertips. Yet tapping into that resource requires more than just cheerleading. Here’s how to bring your community together and work toward a common goal. Know Your Community Start by truly understanding who your innovation community is. For example, perhaps the unifying factor … Continued

Why Innovation Is a Process of Discovery

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Innovation is the core of an organization. While numerous companies have innovation teams, many are looking to spread idea sharing throughout the entire company. According to a 2017 Web Strategist report, 57 percent of corporations cite innovation as a top challenge. Since then, organizations have begun searching for ways to foster an internal culture of experimentation … Continued

The Innovation Manager’s Quintessential Reading List

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As an innovation manager, you are always looking for the latest trends. Drawing inspiration from innovators who have come before you is a great way to learn. According to a recent survey, high growth companies apply innovation strategies that look far beyond the immediate future. Of those who participated, 65 percent of organizational leaders said they … 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