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Innovations succeed when work is recognized

Regardless of industry, organizations are still struggling with the lack of return on their innovation investments. Many of these organizations have well thought out formalized visions, missions, goals and objectives. Sometimes they may have also even already deployed innovation processes and metrics as well. However the innovation that they eventually bring to market is often […]

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Reflections on CoDev and Open Innovation

The 2013 edition of CoDev Conference took place this week in San Diego.  This conference is the premiere gathering for those who are developing cutting-edge open innovation partnerships. Here innovation leaders from all over the world learned from each other how to find new ways to define their business models to deliver growth through Open […]

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Are you a leader of unorthodox ideas?

We know we need to build the right competencies to deliver results, so how do we create a strategy, structure, and culture to successfully translate unorthodox ideas to true innovation? I’m glad you asked! Next month I am going to present Be a Leader of Unorthodox Ideas, a special innovation presentation in Palo Alto, Calif. I’m […]

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