Mon.Aug 30, 2021

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Scaling-up, the next frontier for innovation organization

Innovation Excellence

How to transform innovative bottom-up initiatives into a movement spread across the company? How to scale your innovation program widely? Here are a few lessons learned from creating innovation programs in Europe, and tweaking them to Africa and Middle-East contexts.

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The Five Whys technique

Idea to Value

What does a Fishbone have to do with the Toyota Production system ? Five Whys. No, not five Y’s, like you see in an excited text message saying “Heyyyyy!!!” ” The Five Whys technique of figuring out problems in a business.

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Innovation Accounting: The Failure of The Business Case

The Future Shapers

Change driven by rapid technological advancement has made companies more and more paranoid. Ignoring that risk and reward go hand in hand, corporations fall back on their time-honoured solution they are comfortable with: The Business Case.

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Video Marketing: How To Maximise Your Reach

IdeaSpies

Video marketing has become an important strategy for many businesses in today's digital world. There are about 5 billion videos vi. Feed generated with FetchRSS

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Roadmap Personas: The Best Way to Set Expectations for Teams, Clients, and Leadership

Speaker: Johanna Rothman - Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman as she discusses developing persona-specific roadmaps and the reasons why sometimes less is more.

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New Innovation Books for 2021 & Beyond

InnovationTraining.org

Innovate to grow with these innovation book recommendations. Does your organization have a comprehensive innovation strategy or plan for the year?

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How Employees Can Affect Change

Tullio Siragusa

How Employees Can Affect Change. Employees are the core of organizations. They handle everyday tasks, schedule meetings, get work done, drive sales, fulfill orders, and keep the organization running. . For the most part, in traditional companies, the majority have no say on decisions made by executives, yet employees are the lifeline of the business. There are a lot of instances however, in the corporate world, where employees have had enough clout to bring about phenomenal changes at the top.

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