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What to Do After Your First Year of Innovation Management

first year of innovation management

This is one of the most common questions that Account Managers at IdeaScale address with our customers at the one-year mark. Our customers have run their first campaign, they’ve delivered on some community ideas, they’ve built some trust with their community and are wondering where to go from here. Here are a few steps to … Continued

Is Your Company Culture Anti-Innovation?

In a recent article from Harvard Business Review, researchers reported that one of the most common barriers to innovation is internal politics. But the second most commonly cited barrier was cultural issues. When we looked at that response, we were wondering how a company culture might be inhospitable to innovation and we looked at some … Continued

Learning About Crowdsourcing with IdeaScale!

Crowdsourcing is the practice of asking a large number of people, usually using the internet as the medium, what they perceive as problems within an organization, municipality, or non-governmental civic organization.  Crowdsourcing can take many forms.  A city planner may ask how can the city better accommodate people of varying ethnicities.  Which is an open … Continued

Following the crowd to mobile: Why you need to optimize for devices

This month, over 1 billion people will use Facebook from a mobile device. Of that billion, 399 million will never see their newsfeed on a computer screen – about 30% of all active Facebook users access the site exclusively through mobile. Mr. Zuckerberg’s ubiquitous social network is not unique in this; last year, for the … Continued