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Reducing the Risk of Innovation - Innovation Excellence

Innovation is never risk-free. That doesn’t mean you have to throw money away every time you want to try something new. Follow these tips to think more like an entrepreneur, and watch as your company begins to solve more problems more quickly. Continue reading

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Shifting the Odds of Innovation Success - Innovation Excellence

Good advice and sound innovation practices are at the core of what innovation leaders are striving to do: make innovation work better. However, I’d like to refocus the conversation onto something that I’m convinced is more powerful than any of these strategies (based on hard data… Continue reading

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2015 State of Global Innovation Report - Innovation Excellence

We hope this study serves as a useful tool for your organization to gather the insights it needs to be more innovative, and especially to help surmount the obstacles that typically hamper organization-wide innovation competence. Continue reading

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Building Capability, Capacity and Competency in the Innovation Core - Innovation Excellence

For innovation to grow and be sustained, we need to consistently build our innovating resources, they give delivery of the healthy living cells to promote and sustain us in new value potential. Continue reading

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Igniting Passionate Purpose for Innovation - Innovation Excellence

I was reminded recently “that you always teach what you most need to learn” so I am happily sharing a key learning from one of the amazing executive coaches on a recent global Coach for Innovators Certified Program™. Continue reading

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How to Survive Your Cultural Antibodies

As Innovation and Growth Strategy consultants we have methods, processes, and exercises that we apply to client problems, but what is even more impactful is something else ultimately. That something is perhaps the rarest asset in corporate America for an unknown reason, something called courage. Continue reading

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There are few topics which are discussed as regularly by those in corporate venturing as the Internet of Things. But what does it actually mean? The chief analytics officer Toby Lewis from Global Corporate Venturing Analytics will chair a discussion on the main investing trends and hot topics… Continue reading

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