My Innovation Management Summer Reading: Ideas are Free.

KindlingApp

I was introduced to these innovation management resources a few months ago when two clients, both referencing The Idea-Driven Organization , came to Kindling looking for a software solution to evolve their innovation strategy. An eight-step process for developing an innovation management strategy. The book is broken down into eight characteristics that round out a structure for innovation management. Innovation Program Culture

4 Ways to Beat Innovation Management Anxiety – How to Get Past the Fear and Find Your Next Big Idea!

Qmarkets

Over 2000 years later, C-suite executives at major companies the world over are certainly feeling this specific pain when it comes to innovation. It’s easy to see why corporations feel incapacitated by fear when it comes to innovation. Fear of Being Open with Innovation.

Average company lifespan has shrunk to 10 years – Don’t be average!

Innovation 360 Group

WOW Airlines had to cease operations this year while more than thousands of their passengers were in the middle of their journeys. It can happen due to reasons out of your control, like changing cultural values, changing technology, or shifts in customer demographics. The Danish home of build-it-yourself toys teetered on the brink of bankruptcy several times, especially in 2004, before they found a way to reinvent themselves and survive the onslaught of video game culture.

Why you need extreme constraints to fuel innovation

hackerearth

Amazing, cost-effective and extremely useful innovations come out from this frugal science advocate’s lab. They talk about Zappos, Southwest Airlines, and Aravind Eye Hospitals to drive home the point about turning a constraint, such as resource, time, and method, into a winning opportunity.

Data From 3.5 Million Employees Shows How Innovation Really Works

INNOVATION Data From 3.5 Million Employees Shows How Innovation Really Works by Dylan Minor, Paul Brook, and Josh Bernoff OCTOBER 09, 2017 UPDATED OCTOBER 09, 2017 JUAN DÍAZ-FAES FOR HBR Sales and marketing were once disciplines ruled by emotions. ectively engaged in innovation.