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Innovation Performance Management By Stewart McKie
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An introduction to the processes and practice of innovation performance management (IPM). Introductory text targeted at business students and managers. The author has a MSc in Organization Consulting... More > from Ashridge business school and commented on IPM during his time as an associate analyst with U.S. performance management analyst firm Ventana Research.< Less
The Innovation Manager's Desk Reference By Paul Williams
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A collection of resources, best practices and thought leadership on organizational creativity, idea management and innovation leadership for the Innovation Manager.
The Innovation Manager's Desk Reference By Paul Williams
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A collection of resources, best practices and thought leadership on organizational creativity, idea management and innovation leadership for the Innovation Manager.
Managing Research, Innovation and Transformation By Robin Williams, assisted by Jennifer Vickery
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Williams covers all aspects of managing research, creating an innovative culture, hiring and nurturing researchers, and interacting with customers, based on his experiences at IBM Research. He... More > describes processes for establishing visions, creating strategies, developing plans, managing projects and measuring results. He explains the need for continuous evaluation and transformation of research over time, with examples, and also describes means for looking into the future.< Less
The Innovation Manager's Playbook By Paul Williams
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Sports teams have playbooks to organize and orient team members to the strategies and techniques that have been proven to be effective, more often than not, in winning the game. A business or... More > organization is not that much different from a sports team. They have strategies, techniques and tools that help to generate sales, profit and competitive separation. In most business schools, that is the definition of “winning.” Sometimes the “plays” are geared toward reaching a particular goal. Other times, the “plays” are designed to stay ahead of the competition. In all cases, an organization holds their collection of strategies, tactics, goals, tools and trade secrets (their “playbook”) very close to the vest. The strategic and growth-focused concept of innovation management is also highly effective when using the playbook approach. There are numerous processes, tools, techniques, exercises, models and strategies that have been proven to be effective, more often than not, in winning the game.< Less
Management of Design and Innovation: Value of Design By Farrukh Khan
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Examples of design are all around us and even nature presents exciting designs that influence aesthetics and a sense of design in humans. Within the home lighting, carpets, wallpaper, the carpet and... More > the furniture contribute to interior design. The cloths that we wear say something about our tastes and our values. The design of a mobile phone, the personal computer or even the car that we drive decides how we value these objects and how happy we feel using them. For a firm, design represents value if a design can compete in the market, add to brand value, business relationships or contribute to the bottom line. However, although new design does not require breakthroughs in technology, it represents new thinking and new solutions that should appeal to the jury, the consumers, who pay for their purchases. This essay presents a discussion about value of design, together with a literature review and an example from textile design to illustrate design and the design process.< Less
Management of Design and Innovation: Value of Design By Farrukh Khan
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Examples of design are all around us and even nature presents exciting designs that influence aesthetics and a sense of design in humans. Within the home lighting, carpets, wallpaper, the carpet and... More > the furniture contribute to interior design. The cloths that we wear say something about our tastes and our values. The design of a mobile phone, the personal computer or even the car that we drive decides how we value these objects and how happy we feel using them. For a firm, design represents value if a design can compete in the market, add to brand value, business relationships or contribute to the bottom line. However, although new design does not require breakthroughs in technology, it represents new thinking and new solutions that should appeal to the jury, the consumers, who pay for their purchases. This essay presents a discussion about value of design, together with a literature review and an example from textile design to illustrate design and the design process.< Less
The Innovation Manager's Playbook - Distribution Version By Paul Williams
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Sports teams have playbooks to organize and orient team members to the strategies and techniques that have been proven to be effective, more often than not, in winning the game. A business or... More > organization is not that much different from a sports team. They have strategies, techniques and tools that help to generate sales, profit and competitive separation. In most business schools, that is the definition of “winning.” Sometimes the “plays” are geared toward reaching a particular goal. Other times, the “plays” are designed to stay ahead of the competition. In all cases, an organization holds their collection of strategies, tactics, goals, tools and trade secrets (their “playbook”) very close to the vest. The strategic and growth-focused concept of innovation management is also highly effective when using the playbook approach. There are numerous processes, tools, techniques, exercises, models and strategies that have been proven to be effective, more often than not, in winning the game.< Less
The Innovation Manager's Playbook - Distribution Version By Paul Williams
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Sports teams have playbooks to organize and orient team members to the strategies and techniques that have been proven to be effective, more often than not, in winning the game. A business or... More > organization is not that much different from a sports team. They have strategies, techniques and tools that help to generate sales, profit and competitive separation. In most business schools, that is the definition of “winning.” Sometimes the “plays” are geared toward reaching a particular goal. Other times, the “plays” are designed to stay ahead of the competition. In all cases, an organization holds their collection of strategies, tactics, goals, tools and trade secrets (their “playbook”) very close to the vest. The strategic and growth-focused concept of innovation management is also highly effective when using the playbook approach. There are numerous processes, tools, techniques, exercises, models and strategies that have been proven to be effective, more often than not, in winning the game.< Less
Empowering Innovators By Mark Juszczak
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Empowering Innovators is a collection of essays that focuses on the management of innovation.