We all know innovation is the key to commercial success. Innovative organizations don’t follow the crowd; they lead it. They don’t compete in the market; they create new markets.
So, why isn’t your business innovative? Do your people lack the skills to innovate? Is it the working culture that stifles innovation? Or is it a lack of leadership and vision? We've developed a 5-Step Approach that offers a flexible approach to developing the kind of work teams necessary to drive and embed a culture of innovation.
Learn how to use a unique and exciting way of assessing the ability to envision, support, and manage innovation in our whitepaper Unlocking Innovation: 5 Key Steps.
The first step of Setting the Compass includes assessing the innovation potential of your people. This shows how well-aligned management and your innovation strategy are and how likely they are to produce new revenue.
Our Innovation Diagnostic, designed to help identify and benchmark innovation potential, uses a unique algorithm that analyzes the data at the individual and organizational levels, allowing you to:
• Articulate and set a benchmark against the innovative culture you aspire to
• Reveal the “gap” between the individual’s current understanding and confidence and the desired culture
• Target and tailor the training and development required to close the training gap the assessment has revealed
• Identify practices that are likely to hinder or create innovative new products and services
• Reveal the hidden talent in your organization that lies untapped
Achieving success in today's market frontier requires internal pioneers aligned with your corporate strategy. As a leader, are you unlocking innovation through intrapreneurship?
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