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Innovation Excellence | Two Views on Innovation at Google

Innovation Excellence | Two Views on Innovation at Google | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
What does innovation look like inside Google? Well, here are a couple of perspectives from a couple of different Google evangelists.
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The shared genius of Elon Musk and Steve Jobs

The shared genius of Elon Musk and Steve Jobs | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
What Iconoclasts Elon Musk and Steve Jobs have in common is a rare mix of system-level design thinking powered by extraordinary conviction.
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6 Ways To Create A Culture Of Innovation

6 Ways To Create A Culture Of Innovation | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
Reward employees with time to think while providing them with the structure they need.
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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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Innovation, Growth and Business Strategy: A PwC Global Survey

Innovation, Growth and Business Strategy: A PwC Global Survey | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
A groundbreaking PwC study shows a deep correlation between innovation and breakthrough growth for all businesses. Learn the secrets of the most innovative companies.
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The strategic CIO’s new role in innovation

The strategic CIO’s new role in innovation | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
Innovation is the next frontier for all CIOs, and now is the time for the CIO to prepare and take action. What is your CIO doing to get in the game?
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CIO's role redefinition in the context of technology advances, realtionship with the CMO and innovation process.

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Steve Jobs Had It Wrong: Why You Should Look To Consumers For Product Innovation

Steve Jobs Had It Wrong: Why You Should Look To Consumers For Product Innovation | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
Napkin Labs Riley Gibson discusses the upside of consumers messing with your product.
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Empathy, Not Technology, Is The Mother Of Innovation | Human Centered Design

Empathy, Not Technology, Is The Mother Of Innovation | Human Centered Design | Innovation Management | Scoop.it

Empathy, not technology, is the mother of innovation: that was the surprising lesson learnt by a group of MBA students and entrepreneurs at a workshop led by IDEO and Google Labs at Silicon Valley 

 

“Having been through the empathy exercise we had a very different view of what was really important to our customer compared with what I probably would have imagined before.” 

 


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Very true: Innovation happens at the intersection of feasibility (what technology can achieve), viability (what makes business sense), and people (understanding the human experience).

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Why corporate innovation is so difficult

Why corporate innovation is so difficult | Innovation Management | Scoop.it

We innovators need to learn to be careful with our language.  Too often I hear people conflating words like innovation, invention and entrepreneurship.  The fact is that these are all intertwined but subtly different words with very different challenges.  To me, invention is the easiest.


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Very good presentation of some of the main reasons why innovation is much more confined and dififcult inside the corporate world. Interesting to see how the pressures of competition will lead to solutions to those problems.

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The Five Big Surprises of Radical Management

The Five Big Surprises of Radical Management | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
In writing about radical management, I had five big surprises, including how useful are the principles of radical management as an analytic knife to slice through hype and PR and get to the real drivers of business success.
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6 Ways To Create A Culture Of Innovation

Need a change? 6 ways to create a culture of innovation in the office... #HR http://t.co/YJtAjWZu52
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The Dynamic Capabilities of David Teece

The Dynamic Capabilities of David Teece | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
To U.C. Berkeley’s long-standing strategy thinker, companies gain an edge only when they evolve in ways no one else can match.
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Inside GitHub's Super-Lean Management Strategy--And How It Drives Innovation

Inside GitHub's Super-Lean Management Strategy--And How It Drives Innovation | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
Using a DIY management strategy pulled from the open-source world GitHub has built a product that coders everywhere love. But can it actually work...
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4 Ways Digital Technology Boosts Innovation

4 Ways Digital Technology Boosts Innovation | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
And four ways it hinders it. Here we consider the evidence on both sides. (4 Ways Digital Technology Boosts Innovation http://t.co/jOrQl7T6Ay)
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A New Model for Innovation in Big Companies

A New Model for Innovation in Big Companies | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
Why injecting veteran entrepreneurs into an established business can work wonders.
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Better than Linkedin? Another way of putting entrepreneurs in touch with business angels: OneLeap, oneleap.to

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Reviews | Beyond the Obvious

Reviews | Beyond the Obvious | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
Reviews for Beyond the Obvious Book
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Great book about the seed that creates the right innovation mindset: the right question.

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Why Big Companies Can't Innovate

Why Big Companies Can't Innovate | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
Sticking with known knowns can stifle good ideas.
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What is innovation? Why jetpacks and flying cars are overrated and the internet deserves a Nobel peace prize.

What is innovation? Why jetpacks and flying cars are overrated and the internet deserves a Nobel peace prize. | Innovation Management | Scoop.it
From a pure practical point of view jetpacks and flying cars appear overrated to me. But that isn’t going to be the subject of this post today. The subject is that both objects of desire come in ve...
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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 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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