Do you really need disruptive innovation?

The term ‘disruptive innovation’ owes its popularity to an article published in the Harvard Business Review in 1995 by Clayton M. Christensen & Joseph L. Bower and since this terminology was coined it has become a powerful way to understand innovation led sales growth or product uptake.

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Can innovation be sustainable?

All too often organisations prioritise innovation yet fail to properly plan and execute a coherent innovation strategy. For years our largest organisations have been investing in innovation hubs, business incubators, tools to interrogate customer data and yearly offsite summits to uncover those brilliant ideas.

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Embed a culture that supports Creativity and Innovation

Original Article by: Applied Innovation Centre “Very few leaders know how to achieve an Innovation culture” So concludes independent research of Western Australian businesses conducted by the Applied Innovation Centre.

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Want to speed up innovation? Kill the snake

Shift from process to progress A fundamental philosophy of Nectir is to increase the rate at which businesses innovate. And, within this philosophy is a belief that there is no place for drawn out stage-gates in a connected business world.

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7 lessons on building an innovation programme

A successful innovation programme needs to be focused yet dynamic, fast yet considered.To implement a programme that gets high returns from your people’s brain power we look at key lessons learned from innovation programmes that work.

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The 5 biggest challenges in building an innovation culture, solved.

An innovation culture needs more than a rally cry from the C-suite to be truly embedded into business operations. Like any efforts to build a resilient culture, employees need to participate in and see the results from innovation management activity.

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