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Tasks Of A Chief Innovation Officer -- External Idea Sourcing

Tasks Of A Chief Innovation Officer -- External Idea Sourcing | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
Making firms as innovative as possible involves sourcing stimuli from outside the firm, through issuing crowdsourcing challenges to external communities, benchmarking relevant firms, finding trends that can be leveraged across industries, and searching for new partnerships, suppliers, and acquisition candidates. Then systems must be put in place to get the external learning to those who need t know inside the firm.
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Clayton Christensen, On The Entrepreneurial Innovations Our Economy Needs

Clayton Christensen, On The Entrepreneurial Innovations Our Economy Needs | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
I had the rare occasion recently  to connect with esteemed entrepreneurial expert, author and friend Clayton M. Christensen at a Salt Lake City event. Every opportunity to listen to and connect with Dr.
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Google Reveals Its 9 Principles of Innovation

Google Reveals Its 9 Principles of Innovation | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
Want to know what's in Google's secret sauce? Chief social evangelist Gopi Kallayil dishes out the tech giant's success recipe.

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How Netflix Reinvented HR

How Netflix Reinvented HR | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
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Great set of concepts defining a successful company culture.

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How Google Sold Its Engineers on Management

How Google Sold Its Engineers on Management | Innovation Management | Scoop.it

Since the early days of Google, people throughout the company have questioned the value of managers. That skepticism stems from a highly technocratic culture. As one software engineer, Eric Flatt, puts it, “We are a company built by engineers for engineers.” And most engineers, not just those at Google, want to spend their time designing and debugging, not communicating with bosses or supervising other workers’ progress. In their hearts they’ve long believed that management is more destructive than beneficial, a distraction from “real work” and tangible, goal-directed tasks.


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