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  • Firms of the Future: Managing 2 Business Engines

    Bain and Company has recently published a worthwile article, debating the question: What will the firm of the future look like? Among several characteristics, the authors also particularly anticipate future-proof companies to be required to manage two types of businesses by deploying distinct ...

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  • “Faux Innovation” and Other Discontents

    Over the course of this year, I’ve had the good fortune of working with three Global 50 companies – two U.S. based and one European.  I’ll simply refer to them as Company A, B and C.  Despite being in different industries (high-tech, financial services and industrial),...

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  • Origin Stories of Innovation™: The Power of Creative Naiveté [Interview series]

    Paul Earle shares extraordinary podcast interviews that reveal the innovative genius, trials and triumphs behind the invention and reinvention of great institutions, spanning entirely different verticals and even generations. Today, Innovation Excellence proudly launches Season One of Origin Stor...

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  • Introduction to the 100 Task Startup playbook

    Martin Bell is a global startup advisor, angel investor, and Founder & CEO of Bell Ventures. He was previously with Rocket Internet SE, and helped build, scale, and assess ~50 companies. He came up recently with a new tool for startups, the 100 Task Startup playbook. He kindly accep...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Corporate innovation, incubator, lean startup, Martin Bell, Startup

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  • 29 Innovation Activities for Your Next Ideation

    I often get asked what activities a team should do in ideation to get better results and keep it fun. While there's a limitless list of possibilities that need to be tailored to each innovation challenge, I do have some favorites. Here are 29 that work and are adaptable to a variety of businesses...

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  • Bad Innovation Systems Beat Good Innovators Every Time

    W. Edwards Deming once famously stated: A bad system will beat a good person every time.  What was Deming trying to convey with this quote? It wasn’t an attempt to get people to give up trying because failure was certain. It was an attempt to get people to understand the importance of ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Leadership, Management, People & Skills, Processes & Tools, Quotes, Corporate innovation, Dual Corporate Innovation, Human Resources, Integrative Innovation, Integrative Thinking, System Thinking, systemic innovation, W Edwards Deming

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  • Crossing the Internal Chasm in Corporate Innovation

    There is a huge noise around what companies should do to find the big ideas. Compared to it, the discussion about the best way of turning those ideas into substantial businesses is almost silent. We think it is high time to change this.Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2017/11/17/cro...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Build Capability, Culture & Values, Innovation, Leadership, Open Innovation, People & Skills, Processes & Tools, Corporate innovation, Organizational Change, startups

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  • Have You Tried New Ways to Innovate?

    After relying on cost and operational efficiencies to grow the bottom line, many businesses are emerging from an innovation slumber post-recession. Now there is an imperative to refocus on organic growth. The importance of innovation in driving this growth is resurfacing to the top of the agenda....

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Business Models, Innovation, Inspiration, Leadership, Management, Open Innovation, People & Skills, Processes & Tools, Product Innovation, Strategy, Corporate innovation, Holacracy, ways to innovate

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  • Four Models of Intrapreneurship Innovation

    Research shows that growth fueled through organic innovation is more profitable than growth driven by acquisition, in part because the organizational capability required is vastly different. But the litmus test is...Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2017/12/05/four-models-of-intrapre...

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  • Organizational Pathways to Business Model Innovation

    For several reasons, such as disruptive threats, digitalization or blurring industry boundaries, established companies are increasingly forced to create new business opportunities, i.e. to come up with adapted or even entirely new business models. Moreover, developing a ‘busi...

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