To succeed in Digital Transformation, ENGAGE the organization

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Digital Transformation is certainly one of the hottest topics. As innovation.support’s Frank Mattes illustrated in a recent speech in Merck’s Innovation Center (see the video below), Digital mastery means getting the WHAT right as well as the HOW. Based on the analysis of literally hundreds of documents and the insights from a Peer Group process with leading firms it seems …

Innovation catalysts help to solve the Corporate Innovation Problem

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Are you asking yourself … ‘How could my company energize the innovation power of the whole organization?’ Then this article is for you. Many companies are heavily investing in their innovation activities but are dissatisfied with the results. We call this the Corporate Innovation Problem™ (Note: For easier reading, we skip the TM-sign in the rest of this article) We …

Top Management’s role in solving the Corporate Innovation Problem

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Are you a Top Manager asking … ‘What do I need to do so that innovation thrives and we achieve best-in-class Return On Innovation?’ Then this article is for you. Many companies are heavily investing in their innovation activities but are dissatisfied with the results. We call this the Corporate Innovation Problem™ (Note: For easier reading, we skip the TM-sign …

Solve the Corporate Innovation Problem: Where ENGAGE comes from

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Many companies are heavily investing in their innovation activities but are dissatisfied with the results. We call this the Corporate Innovation Problem™. In our blog series that started HERE our analysis found that there are three root causes (see HERE). The first two, the ‘complexity problem’ and the ‘integration problem’, might not be solved with a general framework. There are too many industry and …

Solve the Corporate Innovation Problem – ENGAGE the organization

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This is the seventh post in our series about the Corporate Innovation Problem™: Despite heavy investments into innovation, returns are not satisfying. (Note: For easier readability we will skip the ™-sign in the rest of the article). The series started HERE. With this post, we show the ways companies can positively address a core root cause; what we call the …