Fri.Jun 04, 2021

21 Common Innovation Myths & Misconceptions Debunked

Idea to Value

As all of us working on innovation know, it’s quite an opaque topic that many innovators and organizations don’t talk about openly. As a result, innovation is an area that’s fraught with many common myths and misconceptions.

The best time to innovate is in the aftermath of a crisis

Jeffrey Phillips

I've spoken recently with a number of people employed by companies, large and small, and to a number of consultants. The list of challenges most businesses face in the aftermath of COVID is rather significant.

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For Innovation Be Led By Ideas Rather Than Hierarchy


As a general rule, organizations optimize for today. That is, they play the game not to lose ; the status quo is more important than the future. But innovation led organizations optimize for both today and the future; but with a long-term focus on protecting the future.

Corporate Memory Part II


Corporate memory is an essential aspect of product innovation. Careful consideration is needed about what should be recorded and for how long. The post Corporate Memory Part II appeared first on Sopheon.

Professional Development Your Employees Actually Want

Did you know? Language learning is a proven PD tool that many employees already want, whether their organization is multilingual or not. In this eBook, you’ll learn how language learning makes employees more productive, reduces turnover, and more.

Three tips for a sustainable post-pandemic plan.

Focused Momentum

Last weekend felt like the beginning of the beginning. Like many here in the US, my family celebrated the start of summer by joining two other families for a camping trip. We planned the trip this winter when Covid rates were soaring, and we were under Shelter in Place orders.

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What Factors Might Derail Your Career?

Michael Roberto

Source: Career Advancement Blog Elena Lytkina Botelho and Katie Semmer Creagh have published an HBR article titled, " What to Do if Your Career is Stalled and You Don't Know Why. "