This is the third part of a three-part article series. We are investigating why – despite all the investments made into the early phase of innovation – innovation results remain disappointing. We call this the “corporate innovation problem”. In the first part we illustrated that companies are investing heavily into the early phase of innovation. In the second part, we provided some metrics on the corporate innovation problem and found that the corporate innovation problem actually consists of a “complexity” problem” and a “system problem”. In this article, we show six levers to change the “system problem” and think this is the way to solve the corporate innovation problem – and ultimately to increase innovation performance.
Ideascale2019-05-01T11:22:21-07:00May 2nd, 2016|Categories: Leadership, Life Cycle Processes|Tags: back end of innovation, benchmarking, Change Management, customer engagement, data, evaluating ideas, front end of innovation, fuzzy front end of innovation, goal setting, in-depth article, innovation challenge, innovation investment, Innovation Management, Innovation Strategy, innovation success, management, Open Innovation, Problem Solving, system problem, vision|