Without a structure, the innovation process can seem complex, big and unachievable.
However when you use structure, you simplify the process.
Module 1 : Disruptive & Foundational Innovation Methods
MODULE 2 : Effective Change Management Processes
MODULE 3 : Building an Innovation Culture
Having methods for an open mindset is essential for a creative culture. A sense of inquiry, of curiosity for innovation. And the quickest way for removing curiosity is to have organizations that are too inward-facing. Taking the time to understand the world that they would like to have clients in. And clearly a sense of openness, and empathy for the world, for people whose problems they might be trying to solve-that’s essential.
The environment of trust must be created, where risks can be taken, mistakes will occur, and the extent of the risks is agreed and agreed upon. We tend in our operationally minded view of the world to try and mitigate and design out as much risk as we can, but if you want to innovate, you also have to stay open to change. And to stay open you must have a clear and true level of trust within the organization.
If people get penalized for failure, then there is no room to learn from trying something new, therefore change is not worth effort, in which case you’re not going to adopt any innovation.
Premise of Innovation
In the organizational context, innovation may be linked to positive changes in efficiency, productivity, quality, competitiveness, and market share.
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