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No Value Creation Without Culture - Corporate Culture Is The Glue

No Value Creation Without Culture - Corporate Culture Is The Glue | Innovation | Scoop.it

Corporate culture is an incredibly powerful factor in a company’s long-term success. No matter how good your strategy is, when it comes down to it, people always make the difference. Not paying attention to culture undermines performance.

 

The most important thing about culture is that it’s the only sustainable point of difference for any organisation. Anyone can copy your strategy, but nobody can copy your culture. So don’t leave it untended!


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"Culture is everything. The culture is the number one most important thing about a company. And the success of the company really depends on having the right culture and keeping it strong."

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"Anyone can copy your strategy, but nobody can copy your culture."

So true and so undervalued !

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Who is Responsible For Innovation in My Company? - Everyone!

Who is Responsible For Innovation in My Company? - Everyone! | Innovation | Scoop.it
Yoram Solomon goes over who exactly is responsible for chief innovation within an organization.
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Corporate America Under Pressure From Consumers' Rising Expectations

Corporate America Under Pressure From Consumers' Rising Expectations | Innovation | Scoop.it

42% of Business Leaders Say Consumers Shame Them on Social Media

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You Can Build Your Prototype Faster than You Think-Usually without code!

You Can Build Your Prototype Faster than You Think-Usually without code! | Innovation | Scoop.it

There is an emerging stack for people who don’t want to or know how to write code — a Prototyper’s development stack. Many tech-enabled services can be prototyped without any coding at all. Here are my favorite set of tools that can help prototype tech products.


https://medium.com/in-beta/you-can-build-your-prototype-faster-than-you-think-20c76da36f23

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Stanford study finds walking improves creativity

Stanford study finds walking improves creativity | Innovation | Scoop.it
Stanford researchers found that walking boosts creative inspiration. They examined creativity levels of people while they walked versus while they sat. A person's creative output increased by an average of 60 percent when walking.
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Cultural and structural transformation for design thinking

Cultural and structural transformation for design thinking | Innovation | Scoop.it
Linear thinking is a hallmark of the archetypal enterprise. Businesses pride themselves on their capacity for order and rational analysis...
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Infographic: The Innovation Game: Why & How Businesses are Investing in Innovation Centers

With tech startups rapidly eating into traditional sectors, large organizations face an increased pressure to innovate. The challenge is that traditional innov…
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The C-Suite Needs a Chief Entrepreneur

The C-Suite Needs a Chief Entrepreneur | Innovation | Scoop.it
And here’s the job description.
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Why Lean Startup is Important important to large enterprises

Das ist „Why Lean Startup is Important important to large enterprises“ von „Peter Koen“ auf Vimeo, der Seite für hochwertige Videos und alle, die solche Videos lieben.
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Warum die Managementlehre immer noch Unsinn produziert

Warum die Managementlehre immer noch Unsinn produziert | Innovation | Scoop.it
Manager sollten lieber ihren Kunden hinterher laufen, statt ihrem Plan, so der unkonventionelle Rat der Beraterin Anne M.
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"Manager sollten lieber ihren Kunden hinterher laufen, statt ihrem Plan."

Die gängige Managementlehre führt nach seiner Ansicht in viele Denkfallen. Sie geht von Voraussetzungen aus, die längst nicht mehr gelten. Über Generationen fuhr man gut damit, Managementprobleme mit den Methoden des industriekapitalistischen Taylorismus zu bearbeiten.

Diese Methodik machte Sinn, als die Märkte noch überschaubar und träge waren.

Die Zukunft ist so unsicher geworden, dass ihre Vorwegnahme für Zwecke der Unternehmenssteuerung nicht mehr gelingt. So laufen Planung, Budgetierung und Anreizsysteme, die das Rückgrat des Taylorismus bilden, ins Leere.

Ein Werkzeug gegen verkrustete Planwirtschaft in Unternehmen sei das so genannte Labor.
Jeder darf es besuchen und sich auf Augenhöhe mit den dort arbeitenden Talenten austauschen.

Die Unternehmen sollten einfach mehr Hoodie-Nerds rekrutieren, auf Outsourcing von Software-Kompetenz verzichten und von den Silicon Valley-Angreifern lernen.

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Building an Entrepreneurship Spirit in Companies to stay relevant

Companies need to innovate continuously to avoid becoming "disposable." But how do keep re-inventing your business model? The answer is to have the right too...
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The Zappos Way - Implementing A Complete System for Self-Organization

Will Young, Director of Zappos Labs, speaks about implementing Holocracy in Zappos.
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The Ultimate Guide to Creating Visually Appealing Content

The Ultimate Guide to Creating Visually Appealing Content | Innovation | Scoop.it
Have you noticed that I publish a lot of visually appealing content on Quick Sprout? From videos to infographics, I’m constantly leveraging visual media. C
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Attention is a Currency: It's Time to Re-Think Storytelling and Content Marketing

Attention is a Currency: It's Time to Re-Think Storytelling and Content Marketing | Innovation | Scoop.it
Sometimes you have the opportunity to work on something that's not only fun but also important. Such is the case in a new ebook/visual experience I worked on with LinkedIn's Jason Miller and Hugh MacLeod of GapingVoid.Our goal was to help content strategists and marketers enhance audience engagement by rethinking the approach to content itself. It's very meta in a way. To help marketers visualize content as a meaningful "social object" and not an artifact dictated by trends and network
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How curiosity changes the brain to enhance learning

How curiosity changes the brain to enhance learning | Innovation | Scoop.it
The more curious we are about a topic, the easier it is to learn information about that topic. New research provides insights into what happens in our brains when curiosity is piqued. The findings could help scientists find ways to enhance overall learning and memory in both healthy individuals and those with neurological conditions.
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Do Innovation Consultants Kill Innovation?

Do Innovation Consultants Kill Innovation? | Innovation | Scoop.it
the difference between success and disaster is largely defined by the selection of a good team—not by its processes.
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The difference between success and disaster is largely defined by the selection of a good team—not by its processes.

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The Innovation Game: Why & How Businesses are Investing in Innovation Centers

With tech startups rapidly eating into traditional sectors, large organizations face an increased pressure to innovate. The challenge is that traditional innov…
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Navigating a World of Digital Disruption

Navigating a World of Digital Disruption | Innovation | Scoop.it
Three distinct waves of digital disruption are transforming strategy. Changing information economics enable new strategies—as well as radically new structures for businesses and industries.
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Business Thinking vs. Design Thinking

Business Thinking vs. Design Thinking | Innovation | Scoop.it
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In business, innovation is viewed as risky, messy, and often an inefficient use of resources. 

 

Business people approach problems analytically, using a decision-making process that demands "proof" along the way, often using data generated in the past. Most of all, however, business is about talk - planning, forecasting, and analysing - not necessarily action.

No amount of data about yesterday will solve the mystery of tomorrow.

 

The design approach is less logical and more emotional - it focuses on the human experience. It operates in a reality that is always defined subjectively by the people in it. 

 

The notion of desire - human desire - is viewed as a more powerful motivator than reason. To designers, there is no right or wrong, only "better" or "worse“.

 

While managers are showing spreadsheets--the ultimate abstraction--designers are telling stories.



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Leverage John Kotter's 'Dual Operating System' To Accelerate Change In Large Organizations

Leverage John Kotter's 'Dual Operating System' To Accelerate Change In Large Organizations | Innovation | Scoop.it
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Innovate the Experience, Not Just the Product

Innovate the Experience, Not Just the Product | Innovation | Scoop.it
Leading-edge brands are rethinking the whole customer journey. Today’s product innovations, and the growth they create, are often incremental, narrow and fleeting. Global competition and technology diffusion mean that competitors quickly match most improvements.
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Sony 'First Flight' Turns to Crowdfunding for Employee Ideas

Sony 'First Flight' Turns to Crowdfunding for Employee Ideas | Innovation | Scoop.it
Crowdfunding has helped launch some innovative products in the marketplace, but it has generally been a realm inhabited by individuals with a dream. Yes, some major actors and directors like Spike Lee and Zach Braff have succeeded with crowdfunded products, but large corporations have generally stayed away.
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The program essentially allows employees of the technology giant to create start-ups in collaboration with potential customers. It is more of a dialogue than traditional crowdfunding offers, but the end result is that new products or services get created (which Sony owns), funded by an engaged user base.


Read more: http://www.investopedia.com/stock-analysis/070215/sony-turns-crowdfunding-employee-ideas-sne.aspx#ixzz3euZHQUFV
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