Innovation covers much, we need to open our thinking to explore all its possibilities in approach, geography, activity or challenge. I will keep 'grabbing' those that seem interesting to explore and reflect upon- seeking the value
The problem for management is any discussion of the future enters the ‘zone of uncertainty’ and this ability to often ‘read the tea leaves’ can very much determine the future health and direction of the organization.
This is part III of our mini-series on intrapreneurship, in which we talk to people who have the words ‘innovation’ or ‘intrapreneur’ on their business card. We are bringing you this series because we partnered with the excellent Intrapreneurship Conference in Barcelona in December (hurry, only 8 tickets left!).
There is a fundamentally new class of individuals entering and circulating in the job market. They tend to be adaptable and mobile, East-Coast-educated but West Coast-bound, willing to take risks, technically sophisticated, and social adept.
We knew when we gave our Centennial year the tagline “Innovation for the Next 100 Years” that we would be (RT @jmsndrsn: @ZiaKhan on the interplay b/w past and future and why #innovation matters RT @RockefellerFdn:
Driving systemic innovation, creative destruction of boundaries with leadership. By Bror Salmelin Advisor, Innovation systems, DG Communications Networks, Contents and Technology. Value creation in knowledge economy.
Thinking through the management of innovation have you ever considered the Three Horizons approach? It is likely through this approach business leaders can adopt an evolutionary perspective across the entire innovation business portfolio.
If you are using a three horizons type approach to innovation, it becomes clear that you need to continue investing in innovative activities across all three time horizons, even if you’re in the middle of a present day crisis. To do this effectively, you need to have some idea of where you’re heading in the future, and that’s why I think it’s a useful tool for linking innovation to strategy.
Product innovations essentially mean elongating the life line of a brand. For a market such as India, innovations can become tricky given the market dynamics and the discerning consumer. Globally, at least 90 per cent of new product introductions fail in the year they launch. India is often viewed as a hotbed of innovation, but the landscape is highly competitive.
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