A blog about creating and running successful innovation processes

Category: Organisationsstruktur


Innovation speed and radicalness

Approximate reading time: 2-3 min. This post discuss innovation speed and radicalness. The intensity of competition has increased among all companies, but especially among companies operating in the high-tech industry. Fast outdated products, increased customer demands, and pressure to deliver products at lower prices intensify…

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Collaboration with competitors’ product development team

Approximate reading time: 6-8 min. Successful collaboration between competing product development teams requires the use of formal controls. These controls are used in parallel to coordinate the teams’ interdependent development activities, and in parallel to encourage teams to collaborate. However, previous theoretical and empirical research…

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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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Sharing economy as innovation

Approximate reading time: 15-20 min (including videos). In this blog post we will explain how sharing economy can be regarded as an innovation and how it can affect your organization. Sharing economy involves various arrangements for renting, sharing or borrowing things instead of owning them….

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To outsource innovation

Approximate reading time: 4-8 minutes. Outsourcing innovation can be a strategy to become innovative. We show why you should invest in creating your innovation capability.   Outsourcing innovation? Why not outsource innovation to competitors and then buy them? Suppose your company has highly appreciated products on…

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