At IdeaScale, we define prolific innovators as organizations that have moved more than half of their ideas to the final stage. This doesn’t necessarily mean that every suggested idea became a value-generating, implemented reality. This means that the completed ideas had each been investigated, responded to, and a decision was made to move forward or not. But of course, at least a portion of those completed ideas generate measurable constructive outcomes.
Rob Hoehn2019-04-29T09:57:34-07:00May 3rd, 2016|Categories: Life Cycle Processes, Open Innovation|Tags: Crowdsourcing, estimation, idea management, IdeaScale, Ideation, innovation, innovation lifecycle, Innovation Management, innovation stages, Innovation Strategy, innovation team, measuring innovation, refinement, review, team building, Teamwork|