Previously, we told you about a research project where we examined more than 60 companies considered to be vanguards in their respective fields. From this group emerged five “serial innovators:” companies that habitually detect where markets are going, and use innovation to meet new customer demand. These companies share a handful of characteristics, the first of which is leadership’s empowerment of innovation, which we addressed in depth last month. The second of these shared characteristics: They leverage interest networks.
Ideascale2019-04-30T06:39:44-07:00November 27th, 2012|Categories: Collaborative Innovation, Organization & Culture|Tags: Best Practices, community, customer engagement, innovation champions, Innovation Culture, innovation networks, innovative companies, interest networks, Product Development, serial innovation|