Fri.Feb 15, 2019

It Takes More Than Members To Make A Team

Bill Fischer

Teams are essential engines of change that make them critically important organizational and societal assets. How well they function is a predictor of the likelihood of innovation success. Recent research argues that team size matters, but leadership choices are critical

Between The Top-Down and Bottom-Up Organization: The Power of Two-Way Dialogue


Between The Top-Down and Bottom-Up Organization: The Power of Two-Way Dialogue.

GrowKomp 2.0: Building Innovation Connectivity Across Regional Business Ecosystems

Innovation 360 Group

Successful innovations happen in clusters, with people coming together to break down barriers, share knowledge, and create new systems. A single idea, no matter how powerful, has little hope of changing of the status quo unless it is connected to a larger framework and supportive culture.

How to Pick the Right Problem

Innovation Excellence

The 12 steps to biomedical innovation starts with being a problem seeker, not a problem solver. Eventually, to be successful, customer problems and solutions need to meld around a VAST business model i.e. one that is not just profitable, but that demonstrates: 1.

The 5 Competencies of Highly Innovative Organizations

Speaker: Dr. Ankush Chopra, Professor of Strategy, School of Management Fribourg

Professor Ankush Chopra studied over 100 companies in North America and Europe to seek answers to the above questions. He found that companies across the world use the same set of competencies to become successful innovators. In this webinar, he shows how you can use these insights to develop and lead an innovative organization.

Seven Facilitation Fails

Gregg Fraley

Facilitation of Innovation Meetings Requires a Highly Specific Set of Skills, Frameworks, Tools — and Experience. Professional Facilitation and/or Training Makes a Difference*. Seven Facilitation Fails. Innovation projects are about a lot of meetings.

How Does Team Size Affect Innovation?

Michael Roberto

Source: Wikimedia Commons Lingfei Wu, Dashun Wang & James Evans have published a paper in Nature titled, "Large teams develop and small teams disrupt science and technology." The scholars assembled a dataset of more than 65 million papers, patents, and software projects from 1954-2014.