Innovation Management

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Creativity and Innovation – 3 success factors

I was recently running a workshop on Creativity and Innovation for a group of public sector analysts who support the development of new policies. The workshop is highly participative and introduces people to a selection of models and tools which they apply to case study exercises and to their own policy challenges. We also discuss the leadership … Continue reading

The more ideas you have, the more ideas you have

This is an excellent presentation by my colleague Michael Allen from the recent Intrapreneur Conference in London. Here, he shares his thoughts on how to have lots of ideas and how to turn them into something really useful by making them stick. It’s a detailed and useful follow-on from my recent blog post about how the … Continue reading

TalkFreely’s approach to innovation management

Too often, innovation is stifled by institutional bureaucracy and layers of control. It’s a dilemma at the crux of the challenge facing business leaders seeking a better way to engage with staff and customers – and so tap into a goldmine of insights and experience that can deliver continual improvement. When you have to jump … Continue reading

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