Government Innovations: Past, Present, and Future

Phil McKinney

Blog Case Studies Leadership government government industry government innovation government innovations innovation innovation culture killer innovation technology innovationThe world is moving forward. Some countries get left behind, while some move ahead.

Innovation and Organizational Culture

Tim Kastelle

Beside the annual ranking, headed by the top three companies Apple, Google and Samsung, some insightful outcomes with regard to organizational and cultural requirements have striked my eye. Adaptability and innovation culture. Adaptive cultures are those that encourage: Risk-taking.

Culture: Innovation’s Biggest Challenge

IdeaScale

We asked our customers what their number one priority was for the coming year and the leading priority was: culture. Culture is the starting point for the success of all innovation programs and it is also a project that is never complete.

Innovation and Organizational Culture

Integrative Innovation

Beside the annual ranking, headed by the top three companies Apple, Google and Samsung, some insightful outcomes with regard to organizational and cultural requirements have striked my eye. Adaptability and innovation culture. Adaptive cultures are those that encourage: Risk-taking.

Spigit's 2018 State of Crowdsourced Innovation Report

verticals, including: biotechnology, chemicals, construction, CPG, education, electronics, energy, finance, food, government, health care, insurance, law, manufacturing, media, pharmaceuticals, public sector, retail, sports, technology, and telecommunications. time—from culture to.

Three Ways Government Agencies Can Do More With Less —Right Now

IdeaScale

The Trump Administration is ready to reduce waste, cut costs, and innovate in government. In fact, with just two ideas the government saved more than $42M by the year 2014 while using IdeaScale technology.

Solving the Problems of Government CIO Citizen Engagement

Qmarkets

However, in the world of governance, the move towards digital engagement for the purpose of civic innovation has been much more gradual. With a growing focus on citizen participation, even government agencies are jumping on the communication bandwagon.

Does culture eat strategy for breakfast?

Innovation 360

Innovations that survive are most often those that are supported by an organizational culture that plans innovation strategically and maintains a portfolio of ideas that function well in relation to each other. The post Does culture eat strategy for breakfast?

A higher purpose brings a higher culture

The Future Shapers

Many organisations are trying to create a culture of innovation, but are not pausing to ask why? If we want to innovate well, we need the right culture – we need vision people, and in a big way. Culture becomes key to having a successful innovative organisation. A culture of innovation requires a mindset shift. The cultural conversation often leads with employee engagement, but what really do you want them engaged in? Governance must support the vision.

Solving the Problems of Government CIO Citizen Engagement

Qmarkets

However, in the world of governance, the move towards digital engagement for the purpose of civic innovation has been much more gradual. With a growing focus on citizen participation, even government agencies are jumping on the communication bandwagon.

6 Keys to Making Collaborative Innovation Successful

Speaker: Soren Kaplan, Founder of InnovationPoint

It’s your culture. People have been talking about organizational culture for years. discussions haven’t explicitly linked culture directly to innovation and business. This book does exactly that, revealing how your innovation culture can become. Yes, such a culture.

Customer, Culture, and Learning: Takeaways from the Lean Startup Conference

Moves the Needle

Here’s a look at Bran’t deck from the workshop: Vanity VS Impact: Using the Customer Journey to Define Your Most Valuable Metrics from Moves the Needle Culture Another hot ticket item being discussed ad nauseum is the idea of crafting *the right* company culture.

What does it mean to cultivate a Fail Fast Culture?

ImagineNation

I recently met with a client, who was seeking our ideas, information and input towards what might be involved in cultivating a fail fast organizational culture. This is the first of a series of 3 blogs, by Janet Sernack, on cultivating a fail fast culture.

A Model for Dual Corporate Innovation Management

Innovation Excellence

As rightly pointed out by Tim Kastelle recently, it’s imperative to distinguish discovery from execution when it comes to startup and innovation activities – bearing in mind that both purposes are complementary and equally important.

Building a Healthy Board of Directors Culture

Michael Roberto

Several years ago, I served as an adviser for the Alliance for Advancing Nonprofit Healthcare as the organization produced a terrific report titled, "GREAT GOVERNANCE: A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR BUSY BOARD LEADERS AND EXECUTIVES OF NONPROFIT HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS. One aspect of the report focused on developing a healthy board culture. I'm glad to have contributed to that portion especially, because it is such a challenging, yet important, aspect of effective governance.

The Twelve Disciplines of Consistently Innovative Organizations

Innovation Excellence

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To Successfully Implement Innovation in Business, You Must Fight Organizational Culture of Fear and Innovation Assassination

Idea to Value

As discussed in Chapter 2 of Robert’s Rules of Innovation II , innovation implementation is frequently impeded by an organization’s deep-rooted culture of fear and subsequent innovation assassination. An introduction to this topic was provided in the previously published blog entitled “Roadblocks to Innovation Implementation: Organizational Culture of Fear and Innovation Assassination.” against an organized work culture of fear and innovation assassination.

4 Lessons Learned Through Pentagon Innovations

Phil McKinney

In terms of creating “Big Hairy Audacious Goals” (BHAGs) and developing an indisputable culture, there are few organizations that rival Pentagon innovations.

What the Australian Economy Gets Right About Innovation; and Lessons for Other Countries (Part 1 in series)

InnovationManagement

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Lip Service or Real Metamorphosis? How Real Innovation Happens.

Innovation Excellence

culture Governance Innovation Leadership Management Corporate Culture in-house innovation Innovation Culture michael graber Outsourcing Innovation Southern Growth StudioWhen we get called into a company it is often because a very expensive innovation effort failed.

Domain Knowledge Matters Donald Trump

Gregg Fraley

Donald can’t combine what he knows now with what he doesn’t know about government. Don’t get me wrong, I think an outsider with no direct experience in government could possibly do something great in Washington.

Lines of Innovation – Part 1

Innovation Excellence

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Report Looks at What Makes a Good Innovation Ecosystem

Innovation Excellence

A Model for Dual Corporate Innovation Management

Tim Kastelle

Premise 3 : Exploitation- and exploration-oriented initiatives are separated in terms of organizational anchoring, governance and funding. Innovation governance is carried out by divisional executive management as overall responsible and a dedicated innovation board as supporting structure.

Swimming along a road in a flood of digital transformation

Paul Hobcraft

The blurring of our lives, of the breaking down of the different old industry demarcations, the blending of government, corporate and social engagements is giving increasing voice to each of us as individuals, all happening due to this exponential set of connections.

Innovation Perspectives: Colombia’s Modern Day Renaissance

Innovation Excellence

culture Government Innovation Latin America Profiles of Innovators Sustainability history Innovation awards Renaissance South America travel urban innovationThe city of Medellin Columbia has received numerous awards recently, including the world’s most innovative city award from the Wall Street Journal and CitiBank in 2013, as well as the biennial Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize in 2016.

Why, Robot? The social, moral & cultural implications of AI

Wazoku

As corporates and governments rush to implement, to automate tasks at speed and link technical actions to sensory experience, there is both risk and opportunity that the social, cultural and political implications of AI will be neglected. It’s important to recognise that AI creates a cultural shift as much as it does a technical shift. The social, moral & cultural implications of AI appeared first on Wazoku.

Five Ways Incivility Decapitates Innovation

Gregg Fraley

A Culture of Incivility Harms USA Innovation. Simple behaviors like cutting lines, yelling at people while in your car, treating people poorly, and flaming folks on FB — they indicate that politics is only reflecting a broader cultural tendency towards more incivility.

Who Makes the Decisions in Crowdsourcing?

IdeaScale

We call this community governance. The governance that you develop for your community will likely differ from this example because it should fit with the culture and goals of your organization and program.

Innovation Decision Makers – the genius or the customer?

Innovation Excellence

Consumer Innovation culture Customers Governance Innovation Leadership Management Product Innovation Innovation Management InsightsSteve Jobs was a genius. He transformed his industry through innovation, making the right call at the right time for the right technology in the right product. Famously, he avoided asking customers what they wanted, because they wouldn’t understand it and it would waste time. Steve Jobs was rare. There are very few situations where.

The Flaming Lips and Economic Development

Gregg Fraley

The illustrious Sir Ken Robinson is returning as a keynoter (he has a long history with the conference and the state of Oklahoma) and there is a terific line up of speakers from Disney, Lego, Faber-Castell, and other notables from government and education.

Moving to a Digital World totally across your Business is highly challenging

Paul Hobcraft

Technology is becoming an integral part of our lives, for us personally, as consumers or employees, but equally for businesses, the government and our educational institutions. In general, business is moving towards a culture of experience.

New Language for a New Year [Book Review]

Innovation Excellence

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Building A Culture of Innovation – What are you waiting for? – with Owen James Events

Wazoku

Recently, Strategic Advisor for Innovation Cris Beswick spoke with Owen James events about building a culture of innovation. Here’s what he had to say: Let’s talk about building a culture of EveryDay innovation.

The backdrop of digital transformation and its consequences

Paul Hobcraft

In general, business is moving towards a culture of experience. Technology is becoming an integral part of our lives, for us personally, as consumers or employees, but equally for businesses, the government and our educational institutions.

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Building A Culture of Innovation – What are you waiting for? – with Owen James Events

Wazoku

Let’s talk about building a culture of EveryDay innovation. As leaders, we have to be thinking about innovation at a cultural level as we seek to evolve our organisations to become next generation businesses. The post Building A Culture of Innovation – What are you waiting for?

Question to Leadership: If you had to list 3 qualities…

Innovation Excellence

I share them here because I imagine they may apply to your organization as well: Build Capability Change Culture & Values Governance Leadership Management People & Skills business leadership Cause Marketing marketing Organizational Change storytelling success Team BulidingOur team was asked to anonymously submit questions that they wanted answered. While there are many important ones, narrowing it to the top 3 was difficult. But, here's where we landed.