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If you have “innovation” in your job title (Part 2)

If you have “innovation” in your job title (Part 2)

The three things I suggested breaking are (1) your professional echo chamber, (2) the boundaries that separate you from your ecosystem and (3) the organizational rhythm. This time I’d like to discuss two additional items on my “to break list”: misconceptions and leaner decision making processes.

If you have “innovation” in your job title (Part 1)

If you have “innovation” in your job title, you should excel at breaking things! (Part 1)

If you have “innovation” in your job title, it most likely means two things: (1) most people have no idea what exactly you’re supposed to be doing, and (2) you have the DNA of a “builder”. Whether you develop products, services, business models or innovative processes, the fact of the matter is that you like “building” new things and hopefully, creating new value in the process.

Dispersing myths of HR Innovation

Dispersing myths of HR Innovation

Does your organization task you with promoting innovation? Are you required to ensure your employees are creative and innovative? Wondering how to choose who should be the focus of innovation training? how do you actually go about it to produce the best results? Basically – are you tasked with creating organizational processes and mechanisms to ensure that employee creativity is actually channeled into organizational impact?

In order to become innovative organizations must innovate – by Ahi Gvirtsman

At first, the above title might seem trivial. Readers might think they are being presented with an obvious truth. I must say, however, that from my years of moving around the community of innovation leaders in various countries, this obvious truth keeps being overlooked. As brilliantly articulated in the seminal work “The innovator’s dilemma”, most established organizations are like machines that have been optimized over time to perform their target operation in the most efficient way possible.

5 Reasons intrapreneurship is essential

5 Reasons intrapreneurship is essential

Intrapreneurs are the entrepreneurs in the corporate world. There are many reasons why Intrapreneurship is crucial for big organizations. Here are 5 five of them:

Growth: At the time of the economic crisis most of the big corporations stopped investing in the future. Now they have a large surplus.They know that growth is essential in order for them to get a competitive edge, but the way to get there is unclear.