Is innovation a numbers game? We’ve all heard the statistics around the number of ideas it takes to eventually lead to a single successful product. But if we look at why it takes 3000 to 6000 or more ideas to find a single winning concept, the answer becomes fairly obvious: not every idea is a good idea. Mark Atkins explores how we can create better ideas, not more ideas.
Ideascale2019-04-29T17:27:06-07:00November 3rd, 2011|Categories: Idea Management, Open Innovation, Strategies|Tags: choosing ideas, collaborative innovation, community, Crowdsourcing, efficiency, idea management, Ideation, innovation funnel, innovation management software, innovation networks, insourcing, Open Innovation, organizational structures, R&D, smart innovation, software, Technology|