A blog about creating and running successful innovation processes

Category: Organizational culture


Continuous innovation at Google

Estimared reading time: 6-8 min. Some companies succeed in continuous innovation, some don’t. The story is full of companies that once were forerunners in innovation, but then lost their ability to innovate in rapid global change, such as the technology shift. Some examples of technology failures are Kodak…

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To create an innovation culture

Approximate reading time: 3-5 min. Do unilateral conversations destroy your efforts to create an innovation culture? You are trying to listen to your employees. You use a idea box, hold brainstorming sessions, and make managers available to listen to employee opinions. But what happens then?…

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Organizational culture for innovation or imitation

Estimated reading time: 2-3 min. Innovation is crucial for achieving competitive advantages for companies. Innovation, compared to imitation, motivates companies to launch new products and become pioneers in their markets. Many factors have proven to be crucial factors in supporting and succeeding in an organizational…

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Should employees decide on innovation?

Ungefärlig lästid: 2-3 minuter. Should employees decide on innovation? How many managers and leaders think about whether employees decide on innovation? Should employees decide on innovation? The Swedish leadership style is still flat. There is hardly any hierarchy and consensus in particular. Right? We have…

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Innovations and performance

Reading time: 2-3 minutes. This blog is about innovation and performance. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the manufacturing sector make a significant contribution to economic growth. Yet most of the research into innovation management in the manufacturing sector has focused on large organizations.    …

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