It is always a great achievement when we can affirm that something has been done according to one strategic plan, goal or thought.
In the sixth and last of a series of articles focused on Innovation Culture, the focus is on a process called Market Intelligence.
Innovation Games and its rapidly increasing applications are not anymore unknown concepts to innovation driven organizations.
In the fifth of a series of articles focused on Innovation Culture, our attention is on the emerging business use of innovation games beating all the traditional creativity and analytical tools.
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Utilising crowd led approaches to create value is increasingly familiar in both the literature of business comment and reporting and through our own experience. Crowdassets, as we refer to them, represent a profound and enduring source of innovation and we must adapt and respond to this opportunity.
Crowd empowered ecosystems are rich sources of insight and expertise. Businesses can engage with their crowd in order to bring innovative services and products to the market at a faster pace.
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Innovation Assessment is one of the pillars of an innovation program. Evaluation should be done as an on-going activity and revised with the most valuable feedback gathered along the entire innovation journey.
Engagement of teams is a must-have when addressing the key issues related to sustainable innovation programs.
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Defining the organizational purpose and promoting organizational alignment are two key factors for creating a culture that supports innovation.
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