Fixed plans are static. It’s better to strategize. A good innovation program is built on a flexible strategy and strong tactical knowledge.
Disagreeing on a project is a sign of a healthy Innovation Board. So is agreeing to move forward with a plan that not everyone supports.
Is it better to make early decisions with partial information or late decisions with all the facts? Good innovation governance is decisive.
How to speed up your creative process by doing the tedious stuff in advance.
You’re not making a complete decision about your innovation investment process unless you account for money, people, and time.
Lean Startup certification programs are inevitable, but they must include real-world entrepreneurial experience.
Why innovation accounting is a useful tool for monitoring your ecosystem.
If your corporate strategy and innovation strategy are not aligned, you are at risk of disruption.
Innovation strategy is about more than tackling what’s in front of you. You have to know how to find — and manipulate — the advantages of hidden markets.
We made a mistake, fixed it, learned from it, and were surprised by the positive consequences.