We have never found an organization that was fully competent in world-class innovation but lacked any commitment to applying that competence.
Your innovators know what to do, and you back them with resources. The risk is that great ideas and projects will be lost if not enough resources are committed to them.
Your companyís innovation culture, process, tools and results are on a part with the best in the world. Congratulations!
Someone in the company is a good innovator, so, even though management doesnít commit to innovation, a few, bright individuals still come up with good, original ideas.
People are assigned to innovate whenever management sees an immediate need. Innovators receive some training in best practices.
Management is ready to invest, and the innovation team is in place. With a bit more training and some new policies, programs and structures, youíll be truly world-class.
If it was good enough for our founder, itís good enough for us. If it ainít broke, donít fix it. Weíre fine the way we are, and we always will be.
You know that innovation is a big buzzword, and you wonder how it could help your company, but it seems so confusing and overwhelming that you donít know where to begin.
Your first efforts to develop your innovation capabilitiesĖ perhaps an idea management system, a workshop, or a pronouncement from the top Ė did not work, and you donít know why.
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