There is an overarching theme with innovation in companies, and we get it. Promoting new ideas inside a large, established organization can be quite a difficult task. Resources may be scarce, management may not be up for new initiatives, or top executives may only want to talk innovation at one or two points of the process but not support it to...
It’s a common scenario for people to fear the consequences of suggesting change. Fear is an innovation killer and with a culture of fear, the same results will churn.
The YouthSpeak Forum is an initiative held annually around the world, organized by AIESEC and supported by the United Nations to bring young people together in dialogue and action regarding the Sustainable Development Goals.
To start deliberately establishing cultural practices, process improvements and the tools necessary to take innovation to the next level, we learned that Collective Creativity, coined by Linda Hill, is the next generation methodology and toolset that delivers fast and valuable breakthroughs for organizations.
We have a particular key learning to share along with an open innovation success story. First, let's briefly go over Collective Creativity.
Is your organization reaching its true creative potential? In other words, is your organization being stimulated to innovate?
Open innovation is combining internal and external ideas to advance technology, product development, and so much more—including social good. Why crowdsource for social change? In today's digital age, the Internet connects the world like never before. Utilizing this virtual environment to involve an unlimited audience brings an array of...