Innovation Requires Ambidextrous Management - Innovation Excellence

For quite some time, I’ve been advocating the idea that successful and sustainable corporate innovation management systems should be based on the following cornerstones… Continue reading

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Architecting the Organization for Change

In my last article and the first free download from the Change Planning Toolkit™ on The Five Keys to Successful Change™ we looked at the five different disciplines that must come together to make any organizational change effort (or even a project) successful. They included: Continue reading

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Innovation and The Art of Implementation (Part 1) - Innovation Excellence

How to counter Innovation Assassination? ‘The Art of Implementation’ is part one of a three-part series by Robert Brands. Continue reading

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Sophie Cohendet is passionate about management innovation. She is partner of LearnAssembly, a start-up who help companies to develop their entrepreneurial and digital culture. What parallels can we really do between a start-up and a free inc. ? is the point she develops here. Continue reading

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Technology Will Drive a New Innovation Core - Innovation Excellence

Not only will we need a new innovation management system, we will need to build this on multiple engagement platforms. Our growing pressure is to find solutions that offer a cohesive and business-focused approach to the new socially enabled enterprise. Continue reading

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Congratulations to our Innovation Excellence Thinkers50 Winners

Who is the most influential living management thinker? Well, today the Thinkers50 2015 global ranking was released and provides the answer. Published every two years, it is the essential guide to which business thinkers and ideas are still relevant, and which thought leaders have been consigned to business history. Continue reading

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Make Love & Open Problem Solving the Norm for Business

If you or your team expects and welcomes customer problems and challenges every day, then that team might see each challenge as an opportunity for human connection. If you are working on your own creative project, the same principle applies. Continue reading

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