Wed.Oct 20, 2021

You don’t need to invent everything new to be innovative

Idea to Value

A lot of innovation teams think that in order to be innovative, to be really creative, you have to be completely original. That means, that you need to create everything yourself. Even if it means starting from zero, where parts of what you need already exist in the market and can be used freely.

Crowdsourcing During a Pandemic and Different Innovation Roles

IdeaScale

Overview: In 2017, Davidson College redesigned its innovation program for more transparency, engagement, and democracy. The process was designed to bring in and launch as many ideas as possible, built on the IdeaScale platform.

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Prevent your Innovation from being Shelved Forever

Strategos

How many of your company’s ideas are stuck? How often does the exuberance of ideation become the fatigue of realization? We often see this.

7 Essential Ingredients of a Crowdsourced Innovation Campaign

InnovationManagement

Many companies are introducing Innovation as a Service, which means an internal group acts as a consultancy that can solve problems for business owners. These innovation teams bring a number of skills to the table, including research, communications, project management, networking, and much more.

Your Guide to Using Conversational Marketing to Drive Demand Generation

What is conversational marketing really about? This guide will examine the market forces at play, shifting buyer trends, how to leverage conversation marketing, and the tactics involved in adopting it for a B2B demand generation strategy.

The Chief Innovation Officer’s Three Core Roles

Wellspring

In recent years, the position of Chief Innovation Officer (CINO) has gone from a footnoted curiosity to a mainstream trend. And now we have data-driven evidence that CINOs play an important role in driving growth for their companies.

007 Leadership Skills we can Learn from 007 (James Bond)

Rmukesh Gupta

This is my 750th blog post on this blog and I wanted to write about something that I absolutely love. I absolutely love watching movies and have been a James Bond movie fan almost since the first time I watched him on screen (since Sir Sean Connery brought this to life).

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How to Reduce Employee Turnover in Manufacturing

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