Headlines from the Innovation Management Industry

  • Change Your Questions, Change the World
    Janet Sernack discusses what a disruptive question is, and why are they one of the most critical levers for creating the safe space for innovation. Continue reading →
  • How to Make the `Fuzzy Front Endī Less Fuzzy
    Given the chaotic nature of the fuzzy front end, it is no surprise organizations struggle with identifying sources for promising ideas along with processes for jumpstarting innovation. But it doesnīt have to be such a struggle. I found several tools for making innovation a lot less fuzzy... Continue reading →
  • Applying the 3H Perspective
    Having different perspectives and voices will enhance your innovation activities; they provide diversity, stimulus and greater options for you to consider the future innovation journey. How do we set about engaging with all these different voices surrounding innovation? Continue reading →
  • Managing Innovation Starts with Measuring Engagement
    When starting a new innovation initiative, understanding which innovation and engagement metrics are important can help you define your organizationīs current innovation capacity. Jacqueline Zhou examines her experiences working with clients, and the eight most important metrics to measure your innovation capacity on a monthly basis. Continue reading →
  • A Look At PepsiCo’s Recent Open Innovation Efforts: #CSReport2015
    Yannig Roth presents some "PepsiCo" branded open innovation initiatives ane a link to the "The State of Crowdsourcing in 2015" report, which shares some important insights about the state of crowdsourcing, and how it is used for marketing and innovation by leading companies like PepsiCo. Continue re...
  • A Look At PepsiCo’s Recent Open Innovation Efforts: #CSReport2015
    Yannig Roth presents some "PepsiCo" branded open innovation initiatives ane a link to the "The State of Crowdsourcing in 2015" report, which shares some important insights about the state of crowdsourcing, and how it is used for marketing and innovation by leading companies like PepsiCo. Continue re...
  • Great Innovators Pick the Right Moment
    The right moment to get support for a breakthrough innovation project in your company is when doing nothing is a bigger risk. Pick the right moment. Continue reading →
  • If You Want More Innovation, Celebrate Success
    Ideas are the lifeblood of innovation. Respond quickly to suggestions. Financially reward contributors. Implement the best ideas. Celebrate successful results. Continue reading →
  • Flood, Bombs, and Bugs: a recipe FIT for disaster
    Disaster preparation will not only save lives, but it can provide a blueprint for emergency personnel to better respond to these tough situations. Innovation can help professionals bring these learnings in and out of the office setting. Continue reading →
  • Find Your Innovation Rheticus
    Rheticus reminds us that sometimes taking time away from oneīs day-to-day responsibilities can lead to great discoveries. Scott Bowden goes over four innovation lessons we can learn from Rheticus. Continue reading →
  • Destined for Greatness or Doomed from the Get-Go
    After using statistical algorithms to predict the fate of a few thousand companies, venture capitalist, Thomas Thurston has exposed controversial discoveries about what drives commercial success for disruptive innovation. Itīs confounding simple, but, still really hard to apply because- weīre so human. Continue reading →
  • Game Changing Innovations are Right in Front of You
    Your greatest innovation opportunity may be right in front of you. The problem is you donīt see it. Evan Shellshear dives into reasons why companies most often don't see the greatest opportunity lying right in front of them. Continue reading →
  • Turnaround Innovation: putting consumer experience at the core
    When a Fortune 100 is faced with the harsh reality of record sales declines, and investors and analysts asking about the T-word...it is time for a Reboot. Whether spelled with a lowercase or capital "T", turnarounds can make for rousing headlines and offer great opportunities for well-timed investme...
  • Germany to Regulate Crowdinvesting
    posted on 4/17/2015 04:04 PM

    Germany is preparing a law limiting startups' abilities to raise investment money via online platforms in a bid to protect savers and support innovation.
  • Bill Introduced To Fix Broken DMCA Anti-Circumvention Rules
    posted on 4/17/2015 09:24 PM

    It's no secret that the DMCA's section 1201 is extremely problematic. It's the "anti-circumvention" part of the law, that makes it illegal to circumvent "technological protection measures" even if it's for non-infringing purposes. This is a mess -- especially in an age of DRM trying to lock up every...
  • How The DMCA And Anti-Piracy Measures Conspire To Keep Video Games In Their Cultural Place
    posted on 4/17/2015 04:59 PM

    For those of us that think certain intellectual property laws have become overbearing and overly burdensome, one of the fun little exercises is to try and figure out where the best battlegrounds are for the fight against them. For instance, if you think cable television has become expensive, unfrie...
  • Presidential Hopeful Carly Fiorina Displays Astounding Ignorance In Slamming Net Neutrality
    posted on 4/17/2015 09:30 AM

    Carly Fiorina, whose claim to fame was basically presiding over HP while the company's value dropped in half, has made it clear that she's planning to run for President, despite her sole political experience being losing a Senate race in California against Barbara Boxer. To get ready, Fiorina has be...
  • Congress Finally Releases Fast Track Trade Bill, And It's A Mess
    posted on 4/16/2015 05:00 PM

    For the past few months there have been rumors every few weeks that Congress was finally going to push out a "fast track" or "trade promotion authority" bill. As we've explained, these bills are Congress giving up their Constitutional right to regulate international trade, and handing the power over...
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