Here's What It Takes to Build Innovation Capability

Posted by ExperiencePoint on June 30, 2017

INNOVATION | 7 MIN. READ

As we discussed in a previous post, we recently looked at a variety of different organizations that have succeeded in their efforts to build innovation capability, and a number of common patterns emerged—foremost of which is a multi-year change journey with key waypoints along the path.

The next question, of course, is how did they get from point A to point B?

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Topics: Innovation, Change, Article

The Value of Facilitation

Posted by ExperiencePoint on May 29, 2017

FACILITATORS | 6 MIN. READ

Facilitation guru Michael Wilkinson once said: “You can achieve more effective results when solutions are created, understood and accepted by the people impacted.”

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Topics: Facilitators, Article

Charting Your Journey to Innovator: Where Do We Go From Here?

Posted by ExperiencePoint on April 24, 2017

(7 min read)

More organizations than ever are embarking on the journey to build innovation capability as a way to improve agility in the face of market disruption. But many of these initiatives will hit roadblocks, veer off course or run out of gas along the way.

Just what is it that separates the successful journey from the bumpy ride?

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Topics: Innovation, Change, Article

5 Ways to Get Started with DIY Innovation

Posted by ExperiencePoint on January 16, 2017

INNOVATION | 4 MIN. READ

Recently, we talked about the fact that our greatest innovators might actually be right under our noses. In fact, the people who are closest to the problem, living and dealing with it every day, are often the ones who are best suited to solving it. They understand it like no one else.

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Topics: IDEO, Innovation, diy, Article

How to Build Commitment to a Culture of Innovation

Posted by ExperiencePoint on November 7, 2016

(4 min read)

You’ve heeded the rallying cry to create a new culture of innovation. You’ve established the foundation for this new culture by cultivating new mindsets and creating the conditions to support the new behaviors. So why haven’t those new behaviors and actions become part of the organizational DNA?

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Topics: Innovation, culture, Article

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