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The 7 principles of highly effective innovation culture change programs

The 7 principles of highly effective innovation culture change programs | Management | Scoop.it

Nothing is more constant than change. Furthermore, the speed of change is accelerating. So for instance, the global knowledge is growing exponentially, disruptive megatrends are shaping the innovation agendas and new approaches for capturing value by innovation  are becoming mainstream. Thus, new realities for innovation management are emerging and firms are forced to change their innovation management ever faster. A large study from 2013 showed that only 1 in 2 major change programs succeed. In this 2-part article series, innovation-3’s Frank Mattes shares his deep experience in designing and implementing innovation culture change initiatives. You will find ideas and inspiration about how your firm can increase the chances for success in changing innovation culture.

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Monty Bell's curator insight, July 24, 2014 7:06 PM

Spring 2015. Innovation is coming 

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Un principe:agir en etre humain pour d'autres etres humains.

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How to create an engaged work culture

How to create an engaged work culture | Management | Scoop.it
Leaders must realize the importance of a good workplace culture, make their organizational values measurable, and encourage accountability.

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Design thinking origin story plus some of the people who made it all happen

Design thinking origin story plus some of the people who made it all happen | Management | Scoop.it
An introductory timeline into the history and origins of Design thinking. Key players, designers and influences broken down into phases.
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Top 17 Tech Trends For 2017

Top 17 Tech Trends For 2017 | Management | Scoop.it
Watch for growth of AI personal assistants, connected living and global isolationism.

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Richard Picard, SEO, SEM's curator insight, December 11, 2016 8:05 AM
Selon Forbes, la Chine deviendra une société hyper-robotisée et la réalité augmentée sera de plus en plus utilisée dans le B2B.
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Trends for techies.

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Please visit http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/issues/technology/tech-breakthroughs-megatrend.html and new study
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Taking a Value-Chain Perspective on Innovation

Taking a Value-Chain Perspective on Innovation | Management | Scoop.it

As a researcher who studies technology use by companies, I wanted to understand what happened. Who kept up? Who fell behind? And why? I considered the fact that while leaders do enjoy economies of scale in the adoption of new technologies, they may also find that adjustment costs — tasks like tweaking processes to match the flow of new software (or vice versa), hiring employees with new skill sets, or coordinating new points of contact across the organization — may increase with scale. Getting value-chain partners on board is essential for innovation and e-business success.

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50 Easy Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Website

50 Easy Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Website | Management | Scoop.it
The hardest part of marketing is coming up with the ideas.
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"Ultimate goal to any sort of marketing activity is to generate busniess, law of probability applies here also, more traffic more sale"
 
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When Strategy Becomes Fantasy

When Strategy Becomes Fantasy | Management | Scoop.it
Most of this data is ambiguous and incomplete, so it is very easy for a group to maintain the illusion that it is making an idea real, when in actuality it simply remains stuck in a shared fantasy. This problem is exacerbated when people in leadership roles are highly defended and use staff to serve narcissistic needs in preference to realising strategic aspirations. But what can be done about it?
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How to Build Email Subscribers from Social Media

How to Build Email Subscribers from Social Media | Management | Scoop.it
Want to build more email subscribers from your activity on social media? Here are some useful and practical tactics!

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, August 15, 2016 3:25 AM

 

If your business is active on social media and you also use email marketing to attract new or additional business, it makes a lot of sense to utilise social media, to build  a bigger list of email subscribers. The suggestions provided in this how to guide, are easy to follow, and simple to implement. If you are not generating reasonable growth in your number of email subscribers from your current activities, it may pay to have a close look at this article.

Deb Talbot's curator insight, August 18, 2016 7:42 PM
The PRISM graphic is a concept Ive not seen before!
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Introducing the "Influencer Marketing Technology Landscape" - Marketing Land

Introducing the "Influencer Marketing Technology Landscape" - Marketing Land | Management | Scoop.it

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6 Tips to Increase Social Media Shares 

6 Tips to Increase Social Media Shares  | Management | Scoop.it
By making a few adjustments to how you create, publish, and post your content, you can increase the likelihood that others will share it more often.
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Daniel Watson's curator insight, June 15, 2016 3:54 AM

 

Businesses active on social media need to see wide distribution of their posts through the medium of social media sharing. Unfortunately, many businesses fail to gain traction in seeing their posts widely shared by their followers, to their own networks. Don't despair, there are many things you can do to encourage the sharing of your posts, and this comprehensive set of 6 tips should assist anyone to improve the volume of post sharing by their followers.

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6 Simple Tools to Create Images for Social Media Platforms

6 Simple Tools to Create Images for Social Media Platforms | Management | Scoop.it

Visuals are an important element of your social media presence and ensuring you stand out and gain traction in our busy social feeds. Here are six tools that you can use to create great, original visual content.


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Daniel Watson's curator insight, June 8, 2016 3:41 AM

 

Images are now far more important than ever when it comes to attracting eyeballs to your social media posts. If you want your posts to stand out and to be shared, having good quality and right sized images, is almost mandatory. Fortunately, a range of free and simple tools such as those outlined in this article, are now available to help you to create the images you need, for the various platforms you may be using to socially market your business.

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5 Ways to Build Positive Culture in the Workplace

5 Ways to Build Positive Culture in the Workplace | Management | Scoop.it
A positive culture in the workplace makes a real difference. It not only determines a person’s well-being but their success as well. In fact, 

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How to Develop a Great Small Business Marketing Strategy

How to Develop a Great Small Business Marketing Strategy | Management | Scoop.it

All successful businesses have a clear marketing strategy that makes everything more effective. Here are 5 keys to a great small business marketing strategy.


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As a small business owner you are probably very good at implementing a range of tactics in your quest to acquire more customers or clients. Unfortunately, if the tactics you choose to deploy are not aligned to a well thought out and clearly defined small business marketing strategy, your tactics will fail and the effort expended will be wasted. Remember strategy should always precede the development of any tactics to achieve the required outcome, and you should always develop your marketing strategy (using this excellent guide is a good starting point) to the fullest extent possible before moving to the "how are we going to get there" stage.

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As a small business owner you are probably very good at implementing a range of tactics in your quest to acquire more customers or clients. Unfortunately, if the tactics you choose to deploy are not aligned to a well thought out and clearly defined small business marketing strategy, your tactics will fail and the effort expended will be wasted. Remember strategy should always precede the development of any tactics to achieve the required outcome, and you should always develop your marketing strategy (using this excellent guide is a good starting point) to the fullest extent possible before moving to the "how are we going to get there" stage.

David Cruzate's curator insight, April 1, 2016 4:15 PM

 

As a small business owner you are probably very good at implementing a range of tactics in your quest to acquire more customers or clients. Unfortunately, if the tactics you choose to deploy are not aligned to a well thought out and clearly defined small business marketing strategy, your tactics will fail and the effort expended will be wasted. Remember strategy should always precede the development of any tactics to achieve the required outcome, and you should always develop your marketing strategy (using this excellent guide is a good starting point) to the fullest extent possible before moving to the "how are we going to get there" stage.

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As a small business owner you are probably very good at implementing a range of tactics in your quest to acquire more customers or clients. Unfortunately, if the tactics you choose to deploy are not aligned to a well thought out and clearly defined small business marketing strategy, your tactics will fail and the effort expended will be wasted. Remember strategy should always precede the development of any tactics to achieve the required outcome, and you should always develop your marketing strategy (using this excellent guide is a good starting point) to the fullest extent possible before moving to the "how are we going to get there" stage.

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7 Valuable Skills That Top Leaders and High Achievers Have Mastered

7 Valuable Skills That Top Leaders and High Achievers Have Mastered | Management | Scoop.it
1. A well-developed personal philosophy

Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning. A clear philosophy allows you to set your expectations and articulate your definition of success so you can set a clear path to your goals. It prepares you for an extraordinary destiny.

2. Undeniable persistence

Edison failed 2,000 times before he discovered electricity. John Chambers overcame dyslexia to build Cisco. People who are successful never quit, and people who succeed never give up. When failure is never an option, you don't give up. You find another contact, another way, another point of entry, and you keep trying until you accomplish what you have set out to do. Persistence means picking yourself up every day and going after what you want without allowing anything to get in your way.


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Your traits and attributes shape you more than anything else. Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning.

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Lisa McCarthy's curator insight, March 21, 2016 6:02 PM

Your traits and attributes shape you more than anything else. Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning.

Konstantinos Kalemis's curator insight, March 22, 2016 9:11 AM

Your traits and attributes shape you more than anything else. Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning.

Miguel Paul Trijaud Calderón's curator insight, March 27, 2016 1:49 PM

Your traits and attributes shape you more than anything else. Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning.

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The 5 Traits That Define Great Leadership

The 5 Traits That Define Great Leadership | Management | Scoop.it

Great teams are led by great leaders, and great leaders all share traits that are absolutely essential to their ability to lead. These are the 5 most important traits leaders have - if you're a leader, they will transform the way you lead for mind-blowingly rewarding results.


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Great teams are led by great leaders, and great leaders all share traits that are absolutely essential to their ability to lead.

Ann Zaslow-Rethaber's curator insight, March 2, 11:26 AM

Fantastic points on what characteristics make a good leader. I would also add transparency, I have found that employees thrive when having a very clear picture of what earns an A and conversely what  merits an F. It is very disconcerting for employees when working for someone when they are never quite sure where they stand,  

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The fallacy of bottom-up Lean initiatives – Part 1 | Chris Hohmann

The fallacy of bottom-up Lean initiatives – Part 1 | Chris Hohmann | Management | Scoop.it
Yes, Lean initiatives can be started bottom-up, but I doubt they’ll get very far and last for long. Here is why. Bottom-up Lean initiatives, e.i. improvements, are opportunities for improvement found by shopfloor people, line leaders or shop management. “Improvement” is most often understood in a broad meaning and bring up suggestions ranging from make…

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5 Concrete Steps to Lay the Foundation for Your Company Culture

5 Concrete Steps to Lay the Foundation for Your Company Culture | Management | Scoop.it
Culture is the invisible hand that shapes behavior and tells people how to behave when no one is watching.

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What your Definition of Innovation Says about Your Company

What your Definition of Innovation Says about Your Company | Management | Scoop.it
In a field centered around fresh, outside-the-box thinking, it is no wonder that there is such a broad range of definitions for the term innovation. Creating a clear-cut definition for the term is critical in shaping the culture of innovation at your organization and will help you determine which resources to allocate to your program.

Let’s take a look at a few innovation definitions, and what those definitions imply.

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There Are 7 Types of Ultra-Likable Leaders: Which One Are You?

There Are 7 Types of Ultra-Likable Leaders: Which One Are You? | Management | Scoop.it

First the bad news: 85 percent of companies report an urgent need to develop their leadership pipeline. But only 40 percent believe their current pool of high-potentials can meet their future business needs.

 

Now the good news: With Millennials taking over as the largest working generation, it would behoove current leaders to identify who amongst them have the key leadership traits that lead to success.

 

The brutal truth of what to look for in your high potential leaders. This will make or break your organization.


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Adele Taylor's curator insight, October 5, 2016 6:44 PM
Interesting, adjusting for future millennial leaders...
Walter Gassenferth's curator insight, October 6, 2016 5:52 AM
Post very interesting, revealing some aspects that I did not know about leaders. For those who speak Portuguese or Spanish, more about education improvement in business can be read in http://www.quanticaconsultoria.com
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Leadership May Not Be the Problem with Your Innovation Team

Leadership May Not Be the Problem with Your Innovation Team | Management | Scoop.it

Last November we published an assessment on HBR.org to help readers diagnose the extent to which their organizations create conditions that favor successful innovation. About 1,500 people completed the assessment, representing organizations across industries at different stages of maturity. Despite enormous attention placed on improving innovation effectiveness, 80% of participants thought their companies were underperforming on this front. Unsurprisingly, those working for older, larger businesses scored lowest in all four innovation conditions: constant energy, creative friction, flexible structure, and purposeful discovery. Here’s what the data tells us about how these HBR readers rate their organizations and colleagues on the four conditions. We’ve also included a few tips to address the lowest-scoring responses in each category. This advice should help whether you’re about to kick off a new innovation project or your team is already off and running.

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Strategic Planning That Produces Real Strategy - Bain Brief

Strategic Planning That Produces Real Strategy - Bain Brief | Management | Scoop.it

Previous experience has taught you that your company’s formal planning process is where the best ideas go to die. the typical strategic planning process is not delivering what it should at most companies. When we asked nearly 300 global executives to rate their company’s planning process, only one in three said that the strategy it produced met three vital criteria: bold ambition, adaptability in the face of changing market conditions and concrete guidance for management and the front line.

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You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Great Leader

You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Great Leader | Management | Scoop.it

Many people believe leadership is something that's conferred along with a title or attained when you direct a team of people, but true leadership is never about authority or power. It's about helping others grow, and that's something anyone can do.

 

If it's your desire to influence and have an impact on others, you have leadership qualities. And if you can inspire people to do something they thought they couldn't do, demonstrate how the impossible is possible, believe in someone when they didn't believe in themselves, you're already a leader.

 

People don't set out to be great leaders, they set out to make a difference. It's never about the role or the title, but about influencing others, helping and supporting them.


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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 19, 2016 2:23 PM

So True!

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Leadership needs to be visible, not always audible! You need to strive to make a difference and know that your perseverance can impact and change others.
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What Leadership Looks Like in Different Cultures

What Leadership Looks Like in Different Cultures | Management | Scoop.it

What makes a great leader? Although the core ingredients of leadership are universal (good judgment, integrity, and people skills), the full recipe for successful leadership requires culture-specific condiments. The main reason for this is that cultures differ in their implicit theories of leadership, the lay beliefs about the qualities that individuals need to display to be considered leaders. Depending on the cultural context, your typical style and behavioral tendencies may be an asset or a weakness. In other words, good leadership is largely personality in the right place.

 

Research has shown that leaders’ decision making, communication style, and dark-side tendencies are influenced by the geographical region in which they operate. Below we review six major leadership types that illustrate some of these findings.


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10 Top Books for Entrepreneurs

10 Top Books for Entrepreneurs | Management | Scoop.it

Perry Marshall shares his go-to books to help you get started on your entrepreneurial journey.


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Entrepreneurs who make the time to read the right books, can find information that will serve them well, on their entrepreneurial journey. What to read is always the question given the huge array of books published every year aimed at entrepreneurs or aspiring entrepreneurs. The list shared in this article, has been put together by someone with a level of experience in the entrepreneurial field, and should provide value to all entrepreneurs looking for useful information to absorb and apply.

Walter Gassenferth's curator insight, May 26, 2016 8:33 AM
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5 Habits Of Great Leaders

5 Habits Of Great Leaders | Management | Scoop.it

The habits of the best leaders are well documented. They’re self-aware. They admit mistakes. They take care of, recognize, and communicate well with their teams.

But what do these inspirational people do on their own time? What goes on behind the scenes that helps them be so effective on a day-to-day basis?

 

"I’ve definitely noticed some things that great leaders tend to do," says Danielle Harlan, founder and CEO of The Center for Advancing Leadership and Human Potential, an organization that helps individuals and organizations maximize their impact. And the things they do behind the scenes make all the difference when it comes to their professional leadership ability, she says. Here are five such common habits.


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Thats incredible
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What makes a great leader? Leaders have a purpose, they have a sharp focus, they inspire their teams. They show the way for others to follow. They genuinely push each individual to give his/her best. Great leaders share some common traits. Here's five of them. Well written article

donhornsby's curator insight, May 11, 2016 8:33 AM
(From the Article): Harlan notes that the most effective leaders she works with have personal interests and commitments outside of work. They know what works for them to recharge their batteries, whether it’s hiking and spending time outdoors or reading a good book—and they take the time to do those things to keep themselves sharp, including getting enough sleep, she says. In addition to exercising to stay in shape, the benefits of which are well known, Novak takes time in the morning to write down three things for which he is grateful. This helps him manage his "mood elevator," he says. Novak says we make our worst decisions when we're angry and resentful, but make our best decisions when we're grateful. When he feels his mood elevator going to the wrong places, he knows it’s time to take better care of himself or address what’s bothering him.
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100 Top Blogging Tips (Great Easter Reading)

100 Top Blogging Tips (Great Easter Reading) | Management | Scoop.it

So how did I get 100 blog ideas? Well, all of these bloggers are successful entrepreneurs and rising stars who are very active on their blog and on social media.


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Blog writing is an integral part of the success of businesses and individuals who utilise social media platforms, to improve their customer or client acquisition numbers, in the short rather than the long term. A key element of blog writing, is to find ideas that will work for you straight up, rather than constantly trying different ideas until you stumble on something that works. This collection of 100 ideas, makes for great Easter reading, as well as providing inspirational ideas that you can implement after Easter to grow your business via better blogging.

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Blog writing is an integral part of the success of businesses and individuals who utilise social media platforms, to improve their customer or client acquisition numbers, in the short rather than the long term. A key element of blog writing, is to find ideas that will work for you straight up, rather than constantly trying different ideas until you stumble on something that works. This collection provides 100 inspirational ideas that you can implement now to grow your business via better blogging.

Linda Ashida's curator insight, March 29, 2016 10:20 AM

 

Blog writing is an integral part of the success of businesses and individuals who utilise social media platforms, to improve their customer or client acquisition numbers, in the short rather than the long term. A key element of blog writing, is to find ideas that will work for you straight up, rather than constantly trying different ideas until you stumble on something that works. This collection provides 100 inspirational ideas that you can implement now to grow your business via better blogging.

Antonio Ormachea's curator insight, April 1, 2016 12:38 PM

 

Blog writing is an integral part of the success of businesses and individuals who utilise social media platforms, to improve their customer or client acquisition numbers, in the short rather than the long term. A key element of blog writing, is to find ideas that will work for you straight up, rather than constantly trying different ideas until you stumble on something that works. This collection provides 100 inspirational ideas that you can implement now to grow your business via better blogging.