Tag Archives: Open Innovation

5 Practical Programs that Build Innovation


As the business world is changing rapidly, the practical application of innovation programs can be confusing to organizations that are starting on an innovation path. Some methods are more useful than others depending on the goal of the organization and its particular strengths and weaknesses. Following are five of the most effective programs you can use to grow innovation. Internal ...

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Intrapreneurship on the Rise


What's going on with intrapreneurship? Initiatives seem to multiply in France. Nicolas Bry analyses a few causes, goes through signs of movement like Les Hacktivateurs recent association, and show how Orange open innovation actions complements internal innovation. Finally, he demonstrates how the 4 principles supporting Rapid Innovation are a great framework to sustain intrapreneurship.

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The Rise of the Smart Creative (Lessons from Google)


IBM Learning is now developing a completely different set of competencies which they encapsulate and describe as an ‘adaptive learner’. Stating that “innovation is the art of combination” where designers, developers, and engineers (and supervisors, managers and leaders) are required to combine their ‘expert intuition’ (and knowledge, skills and experience) with ‘strategic intuition’ (and innovative thinking).

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The 9 Rules of Innovation


So who deserves credit? Engelbart for coming up with the idea? Taylor and Kay for engineering solutions around it? Jobs for creating a marketable product that made an impact on the world? Strong arguments can be made for each, as well as for many others not mentioned here. The truth is that there are many paths to innovation. Here are nine of them.

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