Here’s a simple but essential tip when establishing your innovation challenges: pick ‘fights’ that are useful and bring attainable value to your organisation.
Every day, Earth´s rotation speed only changes slightly, by up to milliseconds. Yet the business world just keeps spinning faster and faster. In this interconnected age, organisations have long realized that innovation is the way, the only way, to stay … Read More
In the last post we focused on the difficulties of investing in innovation during crisis times and outlined why it is important to think about the long run. Typically transformative results come from radical innovation which tends to take time … Read More
Government and enterprise leadership tend to act the same way when facing a crisis: they cut what is seen as non-essential to the execution of their primary objectives. Basically, everything that seems not necessary for survival (in the short term) … Read More
Stefan Lindegaard, an innovation guru, recently did a survey entitled “The people side of innovation” (58 respondents, mostly from large companies). Among other things he focused on three aspects: What are the most important personal qualifications for people working with … Read More