Join Drew Boyd for an in-depth discussion in this video Where do you apply innovation strategies?, part of Business Innovation.
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When you think about the parts…of a business and different ways that you can ply…you can apply innovation methods,…it's an essential question to answer…because companies are complex organisms right.…There are a lot of moving parts.…There are so many ways that you can bring value…throughout an organization.…And you know I hate to sort of state the obvious…but you think, you want to think about innovation…in just about every part of your business.…Now clearly some parts of your business…are more important than others.…
But from my experience…where I've seen innovation used…let's let's go through kind of a list of things.…There are for example some of our clients…that are in the food manufacturing business.…They manufacture food.…They design foods.…They use it to create new products.…They want the to unlock more value…out of their their recipes and their methods.…And so they take the methods to create new products.…Other companies like financial services companies.…One of our clients is a financial service company…
In the bonus chapter, Drew shares insights from his own career and answers tough questions on resistance to innovation, innovation and leadership, and the difference between generating vs. executing innovative ideas.
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- What is innovation?
- Understanding the myths about creativity and barriers to innovation
- Understanding the characteristics of innovative products and services
- Using the five techniques of Systematic Inventive Thinking
- Creating new services and processes at work
- Running innovation workshops
- Involving customers in innovation
- Mastering innovative thinking<br><br>
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