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Mastering the Art: Using Organizational Culture for Business Agility and Resilience

Leapfrogging

The Power of Organizational Culture Organizational culture is the bedrock upon which companies build their strategies and operational approaches. Recognizing the profound effect of culture on every aspect of your organization is the first step toward leveraging it for business success.

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Unlocking Potential: How to Lead Culture Change for Greater Innovation and Business Growth

Leapfrogging

The Imperative of Culture Change Understanding the Stakes: Innovation and Business Growth Culture change within an organization is not just about altering the workplace environment; it is a strategic imperative. Innovation is not simply about new ideas; it’s about transforming those ideas into value-creating strategies.

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Cultivating Excellence: Leveraging Change Management for Organizational Culture Transformation

Leapfrogging

The Imperative of Organizational Culture Defining Organizational Culture Organizational culture embodies the values, beliefs, and behaviors that determine how your company’s employees interact and handle business transactions.

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Approaching Cross-sector innovation ecosystem collaborations

Paul Hobcraft

In a series exploring cross-sector innovation ecosystem collaborations, this is the third post discussing different aspects and the approach to this that needs to be taken as my suggested starting point. Social, environmental and climate challenges need greater collaborations for example.

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Driving Collaboration to Sustainable Innovation

Speaker: Wayne Kurtzman, Research Director, Social and Collaboration, IDC

"Collaboration is not just technical. It's the cultural willingness to share and win as a team using the right technologies and the assumption everyone can add value." — Wayne Kurtzman. He also leads IDC's Social, Communities and Collaboration practice. How to create a sustainable ideation system through collaboration.

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Cultivating Success: Exploring the Link Between Organizational Culture and Business Performance

Leapfrogging

Unpacking Organizational Culture Defining Organizational Culture Organizational culture embodies the collective values, beliefs, and principles of organizational members and is a product of such factors as history, product, market, technology, strategy, type of employees, management style, and national culture.

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Cross-sector innovation ecosystem collaborations

Paul Hobcraft

Collaborations form the essence of discovery, relationships, innovation and new knowledge exchange. Sharing in collaborative arrangements enables the potential for improved operational productivity, and shared application development, tapping into a wider ongoing customer engagement and skill enhancements for all involved to gain from.

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Encouraging Innovation in an Established Product Culture

Speaker: Richard Cardran, Chief Creative Officer and VP Strategy, HIA Technologies

Innovation is both a process and an outcome. The best way to begin innovating your products is by innovating your internal process. We'll explore the challenges, solutions, and hands-on techniques for becoming a successful "agent of change" within a well-established product culture.