Most industries have adopted a pipeline process to manage their new business ideas and transform them in real product. This process is mostly flawed. Let’s see why and how we can reverse the problem.
Avoiding being « uberised », innovating like startups in large rigid structures, helping employees regain creativity, exploring new business models… are the issues we see our clients confronted by everyday.
The market shifts that your organization has internalized and adapted to are usually ten years old. For your teams, Uber might still be considered a startup. Or worse… Facebook.
Innovation is a game played at the startup, industry, and ecosystemic level. And the common resource of these games is vastly misunderstood. It’s risk.
You can download our latest research paper on mentors training in entrepreneurship programs, published by Intech, in collaboration with Université du Québec à Trois‐Rivières, Trois‐Rivières (Québec), Canada.
A scale on how well you get business for my MBA students and executives at large.
This is a quick take at describing what’s on my innovation radar for 2017.