A healthy innovation ecosystem nurtures the relationships between its elements. By manipulating those relationships, we can maximize the value of the ecosystem.
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How to make an accurate “guesstimation” when there is little data available.
Innovation accounting shows you how to decide between four options for your project: pivot, persevere, kill, or scale.
As an early-stage venture, you don’t need a business plan, but you do need a hypothesis-driven business model from Day Zero.
Even the best-laid plans need to adapt and evolve to developing circumstances, by building agility into how we conceive and implement adaptive strategy in the first place.
Innovation boards work best when they make frequent, quick decisions and give their teams the freedom to interpret data for themselves.
An innovation-minded learning and development program should be a continuous exercise for any organization that wants to foster an innovative culture.
To avoid errors in your business forecasting, you have to know how to average your best-case and worst-case scenarios.
The decision to continue, pivot, or kill a project should be made by the innovation team running the project, not the board that funds it.
If you already control everything, know everything, and can do everything, then you don’t need an innovation strategy. Otherwise, yes, you do.
Every company wants to grow, but focusing on the wrong corporate growth metric can kill your business.