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Insights from the Gartner CIO Survey

Posted by Tim Woods on Feb 16, 2017 9:55:24 AM

Gartner’s annual survey of CIOs reaches out to 2,944 individuals from across 84 countries. It’s a useful barometer for the state of digital transformation, and technology support for innovation. CIOs have increasingly found themselves at the intersection between supporting the technology needs of the legacy business, and pushing change to transform the business going forward. Here's a quick look at some of the insights which standout from the survey responses.

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Topics: Disruption & Transformation

Effective Co-Creation - A Guide to Open Innovation Programs

Posted by Michel Meisterjahn on Feb 15, 2017 3:05:37 PM

Open Innovation is a challenging task for any company. Yet it yields great opportunities, and in this new world of digital transformation and rapid change in traditional markets, it's an approach CINOs have to consider.

But how do you get started, and what do you have to consider to make it a sustainable part of your transformation strategy?

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Topics: Methods & Frameworks

How Corporates can use the Lean Startup and Business Model Canvas

Posted by Justin Souter on Feb 13, 2017 5:44:53 PM

The Lean Startup is a hot topic for organizations right now, so we asked a practitioner - Justin Souter, of Souter Consulting - to help readers get a handle on the elements of the Lean Startup framework, and provide some lessons from the field. The post is in four sections:

1. Where to begin with Startups and Corporate innovators

2. How to make effective decisions while 'in flight'

3. The Business Model Canvas – simple yet powerful

4. Business Model Innovation and visual business design

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Topics: Methods & Frameworks

Innovation Management Day 1: How to Launch Your Program

Posted by Maria Wenning on Jan 24, 2017 1:05:28 PM

 


In the above webinar, HYPE's Colin Nelson looks at how companies launch their innovation programs, and the key considerations to have in mind. Here's a brief walkthrough of some of the main talking points.

Firstly, why do organizations implement innovation programs? The three reasons our clients mention most frequently are:

  • driving more innovation,
  • reducing costs,
  • and increasing employee engagement.

What would have been your answer to the question? Would you know the goals for your company? An effective innovation program starts with the end goal in mind: what should it set out to achieve?

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Topics: The Innovation Manager

10 Lessons on Innovation from the Research Kitchen of the Famous elBulli Restaurant

Posted by Oana-Maria Pop on Jan 24, 2017 12:48:18 PM

Let’s see here: absorptive capacity, superbosses, leadership paradoxes, coping strategies, ecosystems, new school crowdsourcing, lessons from “Grit”, Henry Chesbrough’s work. To me, 2016 was all about sound advice, the search for meaning, and giving you inspiration for your innovation management work. To do this I’ve dug through academic articles, followed webinars, sat in conferences, eavesdropped on experts, summarized reports and skimmed though some great books. Oh, and I’ve done some research of my own too, which I’ll be happy to share in a report later on.

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Topics: Ideation & Collaboration

CDO: Understanding Organizational Readiness

Posted by Lauren Salisbury on Jan 19, 2017 11:34:22 PM

The Chief Digital Officer’s leadership is key to success as digital has a transformational impact within and beyond the organization.

In this final installment of our three-part blog series exploring the critical considerations for any company embarking on Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled growth, we examine how the new Chief Digital Officer (CDO) leads the convergence of operational and information technology along with its transformational impact across the ecosystem.

Building on our previous blogs, where we explored how to leverage the connected industry ecosystem for monetizing and delivering connected solutions, we look into the changes your business should expect through this transformation and the cultural considerations of the CDO leading this change.

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Topics: Trends & Future Thinking

CDO: Understanding Delivery Acceleration

Posted by Lauren Salisbury on Jan 19, 2017 11:31:24 PM

The Chief Digital Officer’s awareness of the ecosystem’s current and future capabilities is critical for accelerating delivery.

In this second of our three-part blog series exploring the critical considerations for any company embarking on IoT-enabled growth, we explore how the ecosystem allows the CDO to leverage previously unattainable access to resources at suppliers, partners, customers and even competitors to bring new opportunities to life.

Building on our first post, where we explored different ways to monetize IoT, we examine the different options for delivery and discuss the steps to a successful outcome, emphasizing the importance of relationships, partnerships and openness.

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Topics: Trends & Future Thinking

Unfuzzying the Front End of Innovation. An interview with Liberty Global's Spark Team

Posted by Tim Woods on Jan 17, 2017 4:27:20 PM

Roel de Vries and Sarah Kelly are the innovation managers for Liberty Global’s innovation program, Spark. In May 2017, they’ll be presenting at the HYPE Innovation Managers Forum in Bonn. In the following interview we asked them to provide a heads-up on their session, and some of the key talking points.

Your talk is about unfuzzying the front end of innovation, how did you arrive on that subject?

We’ve noticed that there is still a large misconception about what innovation really is, and in particular for us, what an innovation program is, and is not. Employees tend to think they can just submit an idea, and people will rally around that idea and then see it implemented.

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Topics: Ideation & Collaboration

The Power of User-Led Innovations

Posted by John Bessant on Jan 10, 2017 7:31:00 AM

Babies are wonderful, a constant source of fascination as you share their discovery of a rich new world and see things afresh through their wide bright eyes.  But they also have side effects, some of which can bring you back to earth with a bump!  Dealing with nappy changing is a good example – a chore for most of us, but for a few people also an unlikely source of inspiration for innovation.

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Topics: Ideation & Collaboration

How does innovation management help in digital transformation?

Posted by Tim Woods on Jan 9, 2017 10:30:28 AM

The power of digital disruption is so immense that it now sits on the top priority list for almost every executive. Whether the threat comes from new digital natives entering the market, traditional competitors upping their digital quotient, or other markets using a digital channel to launch a competitive offering. On the flip side, as GE is demonstrating, the opportunity for growth is equally immense.

In a new report by HYPE and MWD Advisors, we looked at the role that innovation management programs can play in helping companies to make this transformation.

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Topics: Disruption & Transformation

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