Gary Hamel on Building Innovation Capability

Watch Gary Hamel, co-founder of the Management Innovation eXchange (MIX), discuss how to make innovation an everyday, everywhere capability. In this video blog, Hamel lays out three critical questions you can use to test the depth of your organization’s innovation competence.


Gary Hamel: Are you really serious about innovation?

This video also introduces the “Innovating Innovation” challenge, the first leg of the 2012-2013 Harvard Business Review / McKinsey M-Prize for Management Innovation.

Be sure and check out Innovation Excellence co-founder Braden Kelley’s submission of his Eight I’s of Infinite Innovation hack or submit your own hack or story.

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