Collaborative Innovation

Does your strategy involve an Innovation Steering Committee?

How do you ensure your organization innovates with purpose?

During our webinar last week with Denise Fletcher and Markus Fromherz from Xerox, we learned the Innovation Steering Committee helps set the agenda and tone for innovation. With these company leaders in place everyone involved in producing new insights and ideas has a clear direction and a goal in mind.

Does your strategy involve an Innovation Steering Committee?

How do you ensure your organization innovates with purpose?

During our webinar last week with Denise Fletcher and Markus Fromherz from Xerox, we learned the Innovation Steering Committee helps set the agenda and tone for innovation. With these company leaders in place everyone involved in producing new insights and ideas has a clear direction and a goal in mind.

Does your strategy involve an Innovation Steering Committee?

How do you ensure your organization innovates with purpose?

During our webinar last week with Denise Fletcher and Markus Fromherz from Xerox, we learned the Innovation Steering Committee helps set the agenda and tone for innovation. With these company leaders in place everyone involved in producing new insights and ideas has a clear direction and a goal in mind.

How to innovate effectively in established organizations

Established firms have it all: the structure, people, and proven methods that help the machine stay greased.

However, these elements can also lock an organization into a rigid monotony. Tim Kastelle, a lecturer of Innovation Management at the University of Queensland Business School, believes that innovating effectively within established firms is challenging because legacy business cultures lack a definition and common language for innovation.

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