In-house innovation programs continue to proliferate and our concept of the innovator has evolved alongside them. Now we no longer think of a creative genius sitting alone in their tower coming up with creative ideas. Now, innovators can play a number of different roles within an innovation program beyond idea author. A lot of interest and attention is being paid to this concept, because organizations that are looking to sponsor and train innovation skills at their organization need to understand what skills matter most when it comes to creating meaningful change. After all, it’s an important part of professional development nowadays. Every employee at any organization needs to be able to keep up with the rapid pace of change. So here are a few of the roles that innovators play at large organizations.
Rob Hoehn2019-04-23T09:44:02-07:00June 18th, 2018|Categories: Organization & Culture|Tags: authority, change making, Change Management, company culture, connectors, culture, Innovation Culture, innovation skills, innovation team, innovative people, networking, networks, problem solvers, Problem Solving, roles|