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Some existing assessment models There are several relevant and interesting innovation assessment models out there. Most of them come with a complete methodology including consultancy support and a delivery model. Just to mention a few […]
There has been a lot of fuzz over the last decade on how to assess an organization’s innovation performance. I developed some frameworks myself back in 2008-2009, but during those days innovation management as a […]
Shadow IT is taking over in the name of digitalization The traditional delivery model for IT leaders has been to focus on ensuring stable infrastructure and reliable releases. Key has not primarily been to help […]
According to the KPMG CIO Survey 2017 “Navigating Uncertainty” 60 % of global CIOs are trying to take responsibility for innovation. And when we research the underlying motivation we start to see the reason why, […]
One of the most common flaws of current innovation process models is when the first stage is initiated by the spark of new, brilliant ideas. What most innovation managers don’t seem to apprehend is that brilliant ideas […]
Competition is becoming “perfect” Due to a number of macroeconomic factors competition is closing in to what the economists call a “perfect market”. In a perfect market buyers and sellers have complete information about products […]