Category: Research

We’re leading an Innovation Excellence Research study to evaluate whether and how employee engagement increases the efficiency of innovation programs. The research aim is to answer three key questions… Continue reading

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Kobi Gershoni oversees Signals’ research methodologies and analytics team. Today he shares data visualization and a Personal Healthcare case study that demonstrates how open source intelligence, or the practice of connecting the dots between publicly available source types, enables a new path to evidence-based decision support for new product development. Let’s see how it works… Continue reading

Posted in Build Capability, Case Study, Growth, Health/Healthcare, Processes & Tools, Product Innovation, R&D, Research, Science, Uncategorized | 4 Comments
Philips study reveals that most North Americans think they are sitting on the “next big thing”

Philips North America announced the launch of the second annual Philips Innovation Fellows competition, in conjunction with the release of its 2014 North America Innovation Report. According to the report.. Continue reading

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How do we connect meaningfully with family, community and with our personal life? How do we engage meaningfully with work? Rediscover how the methodologies that help us achieve process excellence; can help us reach our own personal excellence. Continue reading

Posted in Business Models, Creativity, Culture & Values, Health/Healthcare, Innovation, Management, Open Innovation, People & Skills, Research, Social Innovation, Strategy, Technology, Time Management, education | 9 Comments
The Organizational Storytelling Poll

There’s a new growth industry in town — Organizational Storytelling — half art, half science, and half tribal campfire. Yes, I know that makes three halves, but that’s one of the great things about organizational storytelling. It’s not logical. Continue reading

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Laura Hernández GarvayoGores reflects on how Gore’s history of profitability, growth and success is based on the ability of the company to implement and execute a strategy based on two pillars: leadership in innovative technology and corporate culture — for more than fifty years. Continue reading

Posted in Culture & Values, Growth, Intellectual Property, Leadership, Open Innovation, Processes & Tools, Product Innovation, Profiles of Innovators, Research, Strategy | 5 Comments
30 Ways to Inspire Divergent Thinking

When we stop talking about creativity and innovation in abstract terms and start thinking about how they originate, we get divergent thinking. Divergent thinking is more than thinking outside the box; it’s thinking without the box, and imposing structure later. Continue reading

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