Submitted by DrewCM on September 27, 2010 - 6:52pm
Thu, Sep 30, 2010
One of the greater challenges facing organizations that willingly seek to improve their innovation performance is “where to start?” Product development managers, research directors, marketing and brand specialists all face the similar, daunting prospect of wrestling their organizations into adopting new patterns and behaviors.
Submitted by Renee Hopkins on August 31, 2010 - 7:45am
Thu, Sep 02, 2010
The idea of crowdsourcing is now 5 years old, and it's no longer a new idea. I'm working on a chapter on crowdsourcing for a book on innovation, and I'd like to do a little crowdsourcing on the topic of crowdsourcing as a innovation practice. So let's discuss it!
Submitted by Renee Hopkins on August 04, 2010 - 10:28am
Thu, Aug 05, 2010
We had a GREAT chat last week on stealth innovation, and it raised some interesting questions about corporate culture.Specifically, do innovators have to go stealth because of a problem in the culture? (My take: often yes, but stealth is also a good tactic for reasons related to the innovation itself, not to the culture).
Submitted by Renee Hopkins on July 28, 2010 - 6:08pm
Thu, Jul 29, 2010
We often talk about creating cultures of innovation and kicking off big innovation initiatives as if those were the only ways to approach innovation. They're not. Consider "stealth innovation" -- innovation that flies under the radar.