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A Model for Dual Corporate Innovation Management

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 innovation ecosystem – infographic

Every business knows how important it is to capture and develop innovative ideas. Every business will tell you it is a priority to focus on innovation and high on everyone's agenda. However, in reality not many companies can honestly claim to do innovation well. Maintaining their innovation ecosystem is one of the common characteristics amongst those companies that do.

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25 C's of Innovation

It is well known that most people would rather receive information in beautifully wrapped packages that help them 'contain' the message in a simpler way by connecting the info with a tool that allows them to access it when needed. Such is the value of a reliable acronym, reference or letter bundle that offers a welcome bridge over what might otherwise feel like a sea of unweildy or unpackaged information.

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The Power Of Ideas That Touch Peoples Lives

Where we start to engage across society is through the power of ideas that can touch many people’s lives. Through innovation we should always attempt to do this. Social innovation is no different. Eventually through witnessing a change a person sees as valuable in their values, as they want to interpret it a powerful incentive to change. It is a slow process but it has a higher chance of lasting success than forcing something onto someone really reluctantly, that is sometimes sensing alienated by the majority that lie outside their immediate group. For social innovation to work we need to make innovation socially personal.

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