Practical tips on navigating your innovation journey

Take advantage of our free resources that relate to different growth objectives for your organization. We provide you the tools, templates and techniques to demystify the innovation process.

Innovation: Not a buzzword but a discipline
Innovation: Not a buzzword but a discipline
Innovation is something different that has impact. You can create a buzzing ecosystem for innovation by helping your employees adopt six ways of working.
3 minute read
The Five Cs to Identifying Opportunities
The Five Cs to Identifying Opportunities
Learn a simple yet robust framework to bring clarity to innovation. Identify opportunities by getting to know the consumer's context, circumstance, constraints, criteria and compensating behaviors.
3 minute read
The Four Worst Innovation Assassins
The Four Worst Innovation Assassins
Leaders in companies need to actively work against unintentional leadership behaviors that kill innovation culture - the Innovation Assassins. As a leader, you can take six steps to create a better culture of innovation in your teams.
3 minute read
Innovation should be Active, not Academic
Innovation should be Active, not Academic
Organizations don't lack creativity. Rather, they don't have the techniques to systematically experiment with new ideas. Instead of getting leadership approval at the initial stage of a new idea, generate data from active experimentation to bring clarity to decision making.
5 minute read
How to Market Test a New Idea
How to Market Test a New Idea
Generate insights about new businesses with quick and cheap experiments. These insights help you decide whether to continue, accelerate, pivot, or discontinue your efforts.
4 minute read
Start Forming your Innovation Strategy
Start Forming your Innovation Strategy
Thinking about your future financial targets and calculating how much your core business will generate will shed light on the gap between core and innovation efforts. You can plug that gap by getting leadership alignment on future initiatives using the Goals & Bounds technique.
5 minute read

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