This book shows you the way. Youll learn how to be more productive, how to get exposure without breaking the bank, and tons more counterintuitive ideas that will inspire and provoke you.
Amy Trejo, Open Innovation Manager at Procter Gamble, discusses the role Silicon Valley and other hot ecosystems play in innovation partnerships.
The majority of the most successful innovation methodologies give creativity a strong role. Check out 6 tools that can help you.
Innovation evangelist Stephen Shapiro outlines the necessary elements for bringing about behavioral change within an organization and fostering innovation.
Most would admit theyve failed to create truly innovative cultures. Theres a better way. And it all starts with the power of habit.
Jeff distills his three key insights from this season to help you along your own unique innovation journey.
Here are the 6 metrics that the author found most useful to measure innovation success. His advice is to use them as a set and dont cherry pick one or two.
What gets measured gets managed. Innovation is not serendipity; it’s a managed process of transforming novel ideas to achieve their business value. You can only manage what you measure.
This Handbook comprehensively examines indicators and statistical measurement related to innovation.
In this episode, strategy expert and Columbia Business School professor Rita McGrath takes on one of most fundamental and recognised notions in strategy: that of sustainable competitive advantage.
Learn about where ideas come from the true history of ideas, why most people dont like ideas, how great managers make ideas thrive and the importance of problem finding.
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