Governance

A Model for Dual Corporate Innovation Management

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As rightly pointed out by Tim Kastelle recently, it’s imperative to distinguish discovery from execution when it comes to startup and innovation activities – bearing in mind that both purposes are complementary and equally important. Along with the case made in my previous post, this suggests following a dual approach to balanced corporate innovation management. The main objective of dual approaches is to sufficiently separate exploration-/discovery-oriented initiatives from exploitation-/execution-oriented ones ...

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The Case for Dual Innovation

The Case for Dual Innovation

The first time I was advocating the idea of a dual innovation approach, here also referred to as organizational ambidexterity, is now more than 5 years ago. At this time it became pretty obvious to me that this concept – academically worn-out but deficiently or not at all put into practice in most organizations – would be of increasing importance in the time to come. ...

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Learn How to Build a Data Governance Dream Team

In today’s digital economy, innovation is fueled by the insights company leaders have concerning their own organizations. To effectively run a business, you need good information and data. To innovate, you need a way to play out scenarios and strategies. The success of these scenarios relies on a high degree of trust in the underlying information.

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Are Your Innovations Safe?

Today’s pace of life can make you feel like you are strapped to the top of rocket. With more and more screaming for your attention, we barely have time to send that long forgotten birthday card, let alone to sit down and really think about the long term effects of our innovations.

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Culture Eats Innovation for Lunch

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A series of personal innovation stories from a new book by Luis Solis, "Innovation Alchemists: what every CEO needs to know to hire the right Chief Innovation Officer". Today's essay on CULTURE comes from Mick Simonelli who is an Innovation Thought Leaders & Independent Consultant.

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