Tag Archives: Innovation Governance

The Twelve Disciplines of Consistently Innovative Organizations

Ever notice that some organizations seem to be far more consistent at delivering new innovation than most?  I have.  Ever wonder why this is… what they do differently?  I certainly have. Indeed, like so many others before me, I’ve spent my entire adult life working in and around organizations that were trying constantly to deliver better value to their markets. Some ...

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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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