Deals with the ways in which organizations structure and orient themselves to foster and support innovation.
Teams with multidisciplinary skills, with everyone having deep knowledge in one area and broader skills to collaborate across the business.
Structure and Organization means the way your company or its divisions are designed, the types or depth of roles, and the reporting lines.
Silos are known to prevent employees from knowing what the others are working on, and in avoiding unnecessary duplication of work.
When access is valued over ownership and two or more parties can share a product or service.
Self organizing teams can spontaneously and intuitively organize to tackle complex problems. Rather than relying on the traditional formal structure, these teams naturally come together with varied skills, perspectives, and expertise to effectively address a challenge or opportunity.
The part of a country's economy which is not state controlled, and is run for profit.
The framework around which an organization is designated, with reporting relationships, roles, responsibilities, and authority.
Multidisciplinary Teams involve individuals from various parts of the business working together on a single project.
Companies that have grown large from company founders ambition and often focused on solving one or several related problems.
Internal Innovation: Internal development of novel ideas, processes, or products to enhance a company's operations and market position.
Institutions are established societal norms and structures guiding behavior, innovation, and economic activity.
Innovative companies consistently integrate novel ideas and technologies to create market-leading products or services.
Innovation stakeholders are key individuals or groups that impact or are impacted by the innovation process within an organization.
Government Innovation: The process and outcome of public agencies implementing new, effective solutions to meet societal needs and enhance services.
Established Companies: Mature businesses with proven market presence, stable revenue streams, and established organizational structures.
Enterprise Innovation refers to a company's initiatives to foster, implement, and integrate novel ideas to improve business outcomes.
Customer Ideas: Suggestions from users to enhance products or services, driving business innovation and customer satisfaction.
Cross-functional refers to a group that pools expertise from various specialties to achieve common goals effectively.
Corporate Innovators: Employees driving new value creation within a company through novel ideas and implementations.
Corporate innovation is the practice of implementing novel ideas within a company to create value and drive growth.
Connected Innovation is leveraging extensive networks to fuel collaborative advancement and shared value creation in business.
Agile Enterprise: A company adept at rapidly responding to market changes with flexible, scalable, and collaborative processes.
The network of organizations, individuals, and resources that support and enable innovation. It includes the interplay between customers, businesses, governments and other stakeholders who influence the development of new products and services.
A type of user who is significantly ahead of the market in adopting new products or services. Leader users are typically knowledgeable in the domain and their insights can help shape future products and services.
User innovation is the process of individuals or organizations developing new products or services that meet their own needs, rather than those of the market
The culture that exists within an organization, which is established by its leadership and perpetuated by a variety of processes.
An Innovation Hub is a physical or virtual space designed to nurtures innovation in a particular field, where experts lend advice and direction to the innovators
An Innovation Community is a group of people who come together to share ideas and learn from each other in order to foster innovation.
Cross-Functional Teams are teams where people from different departments come together to work on a specific problem.