The paper aeroplane exercise is a simple group activity which helps explore some of the core topics in innovation strategy.
2 Innovation as a Core Business Process
Click to access the resource: Spot the ball
Click to access the resource: Rich pictures activity
Roy Sandbach works as a Research Fellow in Procter and Gamble. This interview looks at P&G’s approach to ‘open innovation’ – ‘Connect and develop’ – and how it plays out within the organization. Roy gives a variety of examples and highlights some of the key challenges facing a large organization in this new innovation landscape.
This resource looks at the idea of innovation life cycles and patterns of change, using the example of the evolution of the bicycle from many experiments through to the emergence of a dominant design Click to view case study: The evolution of the bicycle
This report looks at the potential for opening up healthcare through innovations based on internet and social networking Click here to view case study: AIM_Healthcare_EB_FINAL You can also download this report – and many others on the innovation theme – from the AIM website AIM website and search through their ‘Executive Briefings’
This case study looks at 3M and how it manages innovation. Click to view case study. 3M
This case looks at Corning and how the company has built a strong position through innovation management over many decades Click to view case study: Corning-Glass
Click to view exercise: Patterns of Discontinuity
Click to view exercise: How well do we manage innovation?
- Using the 4Ps approach to explore innovation space
- Uses for ….
- Uses for …
- The Way We Do Things Around Here
- Success and Failure in Innovation
- Strategic planning for implementation
- Strategic advantage through knowledge
- Strategic advantage through innovation
- SPOTS – an audit framework for new product or service development