Most of innovation programs that I encounter are still organized as R&D programs. We often call that the innovation pipeline fallacy. It’s mostly due to the fact that most organizations don’t get that innovation is not R&D, and that consecutively innovation doesn’t fit in a pipeline.
An interview of transformation leader Sophie Delmas from BNP Paribas. She is playing the long game of transformation.
Third in the series of interviews of Transformation Leaders. This time François Fournier from Thales AVS and his portfolio approach.
I’m often surprised to see leading companies with solid innovation programs, missing obvious market turnarounds. They record the same weak signals and trends that I do, they understand them as well or better than me, but they fail to properly act on them. In my experience, the key reason they fail and miss every new […]
Natasha JEN formulates a very calm and articulate deconstruction of the designthinking craze. Just like open innovation, lean methodologies, effectuation, or intrapreneurship… design thinking is a methodology that is better at selling the idea that there is a one-size-fits-all solution to every corporate strategic hurdles, than actually delivering anything real.