Management of Innovation
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On the topic of the Management of Innovation: Whose role is it in modern businesses, is it concentrated on a particular function or distributed amongst people? Any best practice? Insights?
What do you have in stock? Any interesting speakers in that sphere?
I hope you are well and not coughing.
On the topic of the Management of Innovation: whose role is it in modern businesses, is it concentrated on a particular function or distributed amongst people?
- Short answer: The CEO.
- Longer answer: The CEO, or it’s innovation theatre and will fail.
- The thinking of experts: The CEO.
Some good places to start…
- Tendayi Viki: Clever ideas are not enough for innovation.
- Alex Osterwalder: Alex discusses how to invent new business models, improve existing ones, and manage them all across the organization.
- Professor Rita McGrath: Seeing around corners, how to spot inflection points before it’s too late.
- Professor Clayton Christensen: The job your product does and why innovation fails.
- Geoffrey Moore: Core vs Context, the key to good strategy.
- Bob Moesta: The five skills of a successful innovator.
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