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Help Wanted: Innovation (or maybe not…)

January 15, 2010

We hear from executives everywhere about how they are genuinely concerned about the state of innovation in their organizations, and how much they want  innovation to improve. Often enough, when they need to hire new people, they’re hoping that the new staff will be able to help them with innovation too.  I recently noticed an […]

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Sustainability Evolves from Fad To Force

July 2, 2009

Sustainability is evolving quickly to become a major force in business practices and in business models. One of the best ways to think about sustainability is the triple bottom line model. This model speaks to developing business models that can show profit in three major areas – environment, economic, and social. Sustainability holds the seeds […]

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Innovation in Tough Times Survey

January 24, 2009

We’ve put up a survey about innovation in tough times. Please take a moment and give us your input. We’ll share the results with you once they are tabulated.

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Innovation Metrics – a new white paper by Langdon Morris

November 13, 2008

Langdon recently presented a webinar on innovation metrics and developed a new white paper to go along with that presentation. To download a copy of this white paper see the publications section of the InnovationLabs web site. Here’s a short synopsis: Innovation Metrics The Innovation Process and How to Measure It By Langdon Morris Like […]

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How Dell Plans to Beat Apple

September 29, 2007

At a meeting a couple weeks ago, the new Dell marketing officer Mark Jarvis is quoted by the San Francisco Chronicle as saying that he wants Dell to become as sexy as Apple. Then he went on to say, “Apple has become the conformist company. I want Dell to become the different company.” Say what? […]

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Innovation Champions and Networks Survey

March 20, 2007

We’ve just posted the results of a very interesting survey about how innovation champions and innovation networks help companies to evoke more and better innovations. More than 200 people responded. The key insight from this survey is that innovation champions add the greatest value by helping to improve the human dimensions of innovation – by […]

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