A blog about creating and running successful innovation processes

Month: October 2017


Management control of biomedical research

Approximate reading time: 6-8 min. One study examined management control of biomedical research.   Rich-based evidence of biomedical research and pharmaceutical innovationn One study investigated management and organization factors which may enhance the effectiveness of biomedical research and pharmaceutical innovation. The study consisted of 222…

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Knowledge sharing across intranets

Estimated reading time: 3-5 minutes. The importance of an intranet, such as an internal idea management system, for knowledge management depends largely on the values of its content and the specific tools that organizations provide to its employees, as well as its ultimate use in…

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Product differentiation as strategy

Reading time: 3-4 minutes. In today’s business context characterized by extensive competition and technological change, organizations can gain competitive advantages by maintaining high innovation rates. How does product differentiation then affect the ability of organizations to drive innovation? And what is the relationship between strategy, management…

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How do you pitch your idea?

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes. All ideas mean change and change can be perceived as difficult or dangerous. Therefore, it is important that you can pitch your idea in a good way. Given that your idea is good and implemented, someone will change somewhere. Sometimes…

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