Author Archives: Stefan Lindegaard
Today, innovation happens fast and the outcome is not always fully prepared for the customers. We see this fairly often within the IT industry and this is also the case with mobile payments at Starbucks.. Continue reading
Who gets rewarded for innovating in your organization? Is it only those teams that manage to successfully carry an idea all the way through to a lucrative reality? What happens to teams that work on ideas that did not pan out? Continue reading
This should have been a short message to executives and other people in influential positions, who are skeptical towards opening up their corporate innovation efforts.. Continue reading
Corporate innovation teams need to be better prepared to deal with the fast pace of change in business and thus also in their work with innovation. Continue reading
Here’s a big reason why open innovation efforts can fail: they are often killed by corporate antibodies resisting the changes brought by opening up to external partners. These antibodies can exist in both large and small companies. If you’re hearing statements such as these, corporate antibodies may be at hard at work, resisting change.. Continue reading
What are the secrets of companies that manage to bring disruptive innovation to market?
For decades, the key challenges on innovation management in large companies have evolved around four elements; strategy, structure/approach, culture and people. This has been a constant, but the innovation concepts and methodologies keep changing and they continue to impact how we deal with the key challenges. Continue reading