We are at the doorstep of a new innovation era, one that is fundamentally different in the quantity and quality of breakthroughs it can bring. Several trends are forcing a break from the traditional, internal, and lengthy R&D approach, setting the dynamics of today’s Age of Innovation.
GE Healthcare had a recurring practice of involving their staff to brainstorm new product ideas during their annual Innovation Week but was struggling with the quality of their projects.
The subsidiary of Allianz Group revealed areas for improvement in their employee satisfaction survey. HR identified two areas pointed out by their members: the need for internal process improvement for more efficiency and the want for more opportunities to grow professionally as an organization.
The multinational telecommunication company had novel thoughts for revamping the marketing plans for its youth-focused package, Vodafone You. Beyond being hip and trendy to appeal to young customers, the Vodafone marketing team realized that to establish a deeper connection with Generation Z, they need to tap into the characteristics and values...
(Video) Social, organization and innovation leaders gathered at the YouthSpeak Forum in Budapest, Hungary to empower young people from across the globe to take part in the sustainability conversation and create actionable steps on important issues in our world today. Watch our video that covered the day-long event.
(Video) George Tilesch, CMO of Be-novative, was recently interviewed for a European Union backed project called InnoSpark, showcasing the best business innovation practices in its area. Check out the full interview below or continue reading for the key takeaways.
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