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Approaching innovation through fitness dynamics needs a structured approach.

This post follows on from my recent one of “the Innovation Journeyman.”  We do have a real journey still to travel to understand the dynamics within innovation. Here, I want to lay out a possible path that might advance us … Continue reading

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The Innovation Journeyman

My  personal innovation journey started way back in 2001 when I got ‘hooked’ on innovation and what it could deliver in it’s impact into a business; for greater engagement within the organization and increased identification through their people, with the … Continue reading

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Moving Towards Globally Integrated Innovation

There are so many books out there on innovation that it sometimes gets just hard to decide which to buy and read, to invest time into. I’ve got a growing stack of books sitting on my coffee table or in … Continue reading

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Innovation is like a Rainbow

Last week I was driving home after a round trip of 700 kilometres and as I got caught up in some evening traffic, the sun and the rain played that magical trick of offering up a rainbow to the ones … Continue reading

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Can we overturn built-in innovation legacy?

Often organizations are weighed down by legacy. This comes in many forms; in its culture, in its history, its core markets or products, in its systems, structures and processes built around innovation practice. Today, we are confronted with a very … Continue reading

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Seeking common cause through innovation

Although it is simple to state, creating a common language for innovation is very hard, demanding work. To begin to create it, then to gain a broader identification with its make-up and then to build upon it requires some dedicated … Continue reading

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Reducing confusion, promoting diffusion for new knowledge in innovation

The third and final part of exploring knowledge and education for innovation Part three – the value is in changing, doing and exchanging How are we going to engage more people within the innovation process? Getting people involved is getting … Continue reading

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The real value of knowledge exchange

Continuing in the series on knowledge and education for innovation. Part two – what needs to improve in innovation? I asked in the first part of this series of blogs –How do we advance the learning needed for innovation?  So … Continue reading

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What is your capacity for innovation really like?

In a series of articles I’d like to explore the value of knowledge and education for innovation. Part one -  an opener to innovation change How do we advance the learning needed for innovation? In my last article I wrote … Continue reading

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Making innovation practice spread

Recently I have enjoyed reading Peter J Denning’s thoughts around innovation. He is Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Cebrowski Institure for information innovation at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. He discusses adoption, team practices, … Continue reading

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