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Making Agility Compatible For You

Paul Hobcraft

Is Agility compatible for many working in established businesses? “To To be agile” is often a badge of honor. Agility is today going far beyond just being responsive,it goes into constantly adjusting and being versatile, modifying to meet rapidly changing conditions.

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Leading with Lean Agile Principles: What the 2019 NBA Finals Can Teach Businesses About ‘Winning on the Rebound’

Qmarkets

This is where Lean Agile principles come into play. Keeping the Ball in Your Court: Understanding Lean Agile Principles. While being Lean means making the best use of what you have, being Agile means being able to adapt rapidly and flexibly to sudden changes.

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15 most important Innovation Theories your company should be using

Idea to Value

Suggested reading: 14 – Building a Culture of Innovation. What it is: Rather than a specific theory or methodology, this is a business impetus to make sure that the corporate culture actually encourages innovative behaviour, instead of stifling it.

Using Lean Innovation in the Product Development and Commercialization Process

Moves the Needle

Lean Innovation doesn’t begin and end with product development. The most mature organizations deploy integrated lean innovation practices across the product lifecycle. Lean Innovation and Commercialization When applying Lean Innovation techniques to the commercialization process, companies identify areas of uncertainty around any aspects of product launch and commercialization. What cultural characteristics effect marketing channels? Lean Innovation

How to enable Disruptive Innovation in an enterprise? [video included]

Be-novative

Disruptive Innovation is not a linear process. this will drive more disruptive innovation as a cultural change. Disruptive innovation initiatives are best to be evaluated on the potential impact they would create: How it fits into your innovation strategy and long-term goals?

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Building an Innovative Company Culture

Taivara

Building an Innovative Company Culture. Executives love talking about “disruption” nowadays, but very few companies can achieve truly disruptive results. The reason: before you can disrupt an industry, you need to disrupt your own company culture first.

Key Issues in Innovation Management – Revisited – Part 1

Tim Kastelle

Accelerating dynamics and pace of disruption in most industries, in particular triggered by the perfusion of new technologies, lead to decreasing life times of existing business models. Platform business models tend to affect, oftentimes disrupt, multiple industries over time.

What if We Listened to All of Our Stakeholders?

Innovation Excellence

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Key Innovation Issues for 2016 and Beyond

Integrative Innovation

Accelerating dynamics and pace of disruption in most industries, in particular triggered by the pervasion of new technologies, lead to decreasing life times of existing business models. Platform business models tend to affect – oftentimes disrupt – multiple industries over time.

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Scaling Up Startups in Corporate Settings

Integrative Innovation

tapping into novel, occasionally disruptive, technologies or business models – most of which are not created inside the company walls. outsourcing’ uncertainty, particularly in early phases of radical/disruptive innovation activities.

Key Innovation Issues for the Time Ahead – Part 2

Innovation Excellence

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Digital Disruption and How Businesses Can Best Leverage It

Qmarkets

At some point, digital disruption comes for every organization. While some companies might be flexible and lucky enough to ride a wave of disruption and survive , if you are able to predict and prepare for it accordingly you might be able to use it to thrive.

Why radical and disruptive innovation might not always be the answer

Ideanote

Isn’t there a risk of next radical or disruptive innovation blindsiding the company, potentially bankrupting the organization ? . In a world where the image of corporations are sluggish, start-ups are the fast and agile destroyers and the elusive “entrepreneur” is the new golden ticket.

Digital Disruption and How Businesses Can Best Leverage It

Qmarkets

At some point, digital disruption comes for every organization. While some companies might be flexible and lucky enough to ride a wave of disruption and survive , if you are able to predict and prepare for it accordingly you might be able to use it to thrive.

The sharks that prey are arriving a lot earlier now

Paul Hobcraft

We do know we need to re-equip ourselves for constant disruption; we are really beginning to see a shift from the classic bell curve into more of a shark fin for adopting change. Change is all around us, it is accelerating not abating.

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Balancing Large and Small Firm Capabilities

Integrative Innovation

The corresponding integration of incremental and radical innovation can basically be achieved in different ways: Building ambidextrous and lean startup capabilities. Mastering disruptive innovation in a large company requires: – different people.

Intel Disrupted: Why large companies find it difficult to innovate, and what they can do about it

Steve Blank

In the 21 st century it’s harder for large corporations to create disruptive breakthroughs. Disruptive innovations are coming from startups – Telsa for automobiles, Uber for taxis, Airbnb for hotel rentals, Netflix for video rentals and Facebook for media.

Getting out of the Building, Going Cross-Industry for Seeking Out Radical Ideas

Paul Hobcraft

Industry borders are blurring, there are increasingly smaller, agile and highly disruptive companies working to change the existing into the new preferred. We all value those times when we can slip away from our desk, from the computer or phone and just simply step outside.

Getting out of the Building, Going Cross-Industry for Seeking Out Radical Ideas

Paul Hobcraft

Industry borders are blurring, there are increasingly smaller, agile and highly disruptive companies working to change the existing into the new preferred. We all value those times when we can slip away from our desk, from the computer or phone and just simply step outside.

Solving people’s innovation problems

ImagineNation

Whilst most of us know that organizational innovation involves making serious and significant change, what many of us are challenged by is how change impacts, affects and disrupts People’s four-core human structures: cognition, emotion, body and will , which is an innovation problem that organizations will need to learn how to solve. Adopting a fluid, culturally anchored, strategic and systemic approach that will develop People’s capacity to be adaptive.

Are you having fun riding the innovation waves?

Paul Hobcraft

The shifts taking place has been hugely shaped in how digital transformation continues to grow in its importance and influence much surrounding innovation, as it continues to disrupt in faster, demanding ways where it deconstructs and then we need to reconstruct our innovation thinking.

Reflecting on our innovation practices

Paul Hobcraft

The basics of innovation still form around building the engagement, leadership, and involvement , in constructing a culture, the climate and environment needed , so as to allow innovation to evolve and thrive.

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Are you having fun riding the innovation waves?

Paul Hobcraft

The basics of innovation still form around building engagement, leadership, involvement, in constructing a culture, the climate and environment needed, so as to allow innovation to evolve. [link] – riding-the-wave.

The Case for Dual Innovation

Tim Kastelle

Evaluating breakthrough innovation cultures and organization s, BCG concludes in their annual 2014 study: By definition, breakthrough innovation is the introduction of new ideas that drive a different way of doing things. Engine 2 efforts are disruptive and potentially game changing.

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Shifting Innovation Perspectives for 2019

The Future Shapers

Three years ago Derek Bishop, Jo Geraghty and I published our book, Building a Culture of Innovation. [1] 1] The book was inspired by, and written for, all of those leaders who understood that in order to thrive in today’s global marketplace they needed to set innovation as a capability at the heart of their culture but were uncertain how to go about it. Strategy – Risk/Disruption. Culture and people. Culture. 1] Building a Culture of Innovation.

The secrets behind building a Unicorn

Matthew Griffin

The billion dollar startup was once the stuff of myth but now they’re everywhere, backed by a bull market and founded on new, disruptive digital technologies and business models which make their speed of operation, rate of innovation and reach that much greater.

Why Corporate Entrepreneurs are Extraordinary – the Rebel Alliance

Steve Blank

I’ve spent this year working with corporations and government agencies that are adopting and adapting Lean Methodologies. Several pockets of innovation in his agency have begun to look to startups and have tried to adopt lean methods. Filed under: Corporate Innovation , Lean LaunchPad.

Scaling-Up: The Foundation

Integrative Innovation

We call this part ‘ Scaling-Up ‘ Typically, companies have little problems in generating ideas for adjacent, radical or even disruptive innovation and in validating the most promising ideas. Design Thinking, Lean Start-up or Sprints).

5 Things to stop doing to enable enterprise innovation

Moves the Needle

The world is becoming more transparent, more open, and unicorn startups are disrupting what it means to be a 21st-century corporation. Yet the predominant enterprise culture prevents and even punishes these bold behaviors. Lean Innovation

5 Excuses of companies that don't innovate (and how to overcome them)

Moves the Needle

We have the wrong culture.” “We There’s a pervasive myth that suggests that all big companies need to get better at disruptive or breakthrough innovation. To start, they need to be closer to their customers, be more agile, act bolder. A culture of entrepreneurship snowballs. At Intuit, MTN Co-Founder Aaron Eden started the snowball by running “LeanStartIN” workshops under the radar to teach lean startup to small handfuls of colleagues. Lean Innovation

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The Case for Dual Innovation

Integrative Innovation

Evaluating breakthrough innovation cultures and organization s, BCG concludes in their annual 2014 study: By definition, breakthrough innovation is the introduction of new ideas that drive a different way of doing things. Engine 2 efforts are disruptive and potentially game changing.

Stimulating creativity in your organization

Be-novative

Leaders can use their awareness of this common barrier as one of the cornerstones for creating a culture where everyday innovation takes place. The combination of the above will spark disruptive solutions. innovation-culture creativity collective-creativity innovation

So Where Is Innovation Heading?

Paul Hobcraft

Digital is demanding so much in new processes that need to be more agile, responsive, reflective of new insights at increased speed and fluid in the design of those undertaking the solution to react. It does seem we all need to pursue disruptive and radical innovation designs.

"T" time for innovation

RTI Innovation Advisors

However, this typically means adding new people, learning new processes and the uncomfortable reality of two teams aiming at the same markets, one incremental and sustaining in nature, another disruptive and creative in nature, almost always at conflict, with two different goals or purposes. The second wants to disrupt the market and shift business models, growing share and profits without regard to existing customers or expectations.

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5 Excuses of Companies that Don’t Innovate (And How to Overcome Them)

Moves the Needle

We have the wrong culture.” “We There’s a pervasive myth that suggests that all big companies need to get better at disruptive or breakthrough innovation. To start, they need to be closer to their customers, be more agile, act bolder. A culture of entrepreneurship snowballs.

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