The 4 Types Of Innovation

There was a time, not that long ago, when companies didn’t necessarily have an innovation-related objective on their strategic agenda. Instead, they would, for example, be focused on reducing costs, expanding geographically or creating operational excellence. It...

Innovation Is A Dirty Business

Customers are poor predictors of their own behaviour. No matter how much research a company does, managers who bring a new business to market will hold their breath at launch-time just as much as NASA scientists do with a rocket launch. Tesco, for example, spent a...

The Top 5 Innovation Killers

  Innovation has never been more important to companies as it is now. Economic, technological and social turbulence is creating new needs, and new forms of value are needed to fulfill them. Yet many companies fail to achieve their innovation potential. So what...

The Pace Of Change Is Not A Cliche

Here are some interesting statistics of how markets and business has changed in just the last 10 years. The pace of change is real and it is affecting every business. How has your business responded to these transformations in the past 10 years, and what are your...

Why The New Nokia Lumia Will Struggle

Have you seen the new Lumia phone that Nokia launched yesterday? It looks great. It’s like an iPhone, but brighter. It apparently has a great video camera and you can charge it up wirelessly. What’s more, analysts predict that the pricing for these phones will be...

Take The Innovation Scorecard Test

Simply score yourself and your organisation from 0 to 5 for each of the statements below, where ‘0’ means you strongly disagree with the statement, and ‘5’ means you strongly agree with the statement. After completing the survey sum up your total score and find out...