Three Ways Your Organization Can Do Innovation Better

Three Ways Your Organization Can Do Innovation Better

Attending the Intrapreneurship Conference in Toronto a few weeks back reinforced some of my beliefs around how organizations can improve the way they “do” innovation. As we know, intrapreneurs are integral to innovation, and so the following three themes about how...

How to Wire Your Organization’s DNA for Innovation

Would you say your organization is innovative? Maybe? Or maybe not. What if I asked the question this way: Would you say that innovation and being more innovative are part of your organization’s strategy? Now that your head is nodding “Yes,” I’ll ask one more...

Playing with Fire: Innovation is Risky Business

What might it have been like to be the person who discovered fire, arguably one of the greatest innovations in our human history? My bet is, the idea was greeted pretty much in the same way most new ideas are. With skepticism. Imagine if you will: Perhaps fire...

Why reflecting on progress is key to a culture of innovation

In her book, The Progress Principle, creativity and innovation researcher Teresa Amabile shares the following: A sense of making progress on meaningful work was the single most important factor in igniting creativity, satisfaction, and productivity among employees—far...

Making the Commitment to Risk and Learn from Failure in Innovation

On Friday September 29, BridgePoint Effect ran a special event in Ottawa that introduced our course Risking and Learning from Failure in Innovation with leaders from the private, federal government and non-profit sectors. They were brave souls willing to engage in...

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