While 84% of executives agree that innovation is essential to growth, only 6% are satisfied with the results of their innovation initiatives. Innovation can be a difficult thing to grasp. To some, it is an ephemeral business process—a lightning bolt that drops down in a moment of need and is not entirely within your control.
To a growing list of leaders, however, it is something significantly more tangible—a learned, repeatable business process, fueled by cross-functional collaboration, ideation, communication and prioritization. From this perspective, innovation becomes not just a “nice to have,” but a process you can rely upon to cut through chaos and disruption and make your organization stand out.
Download Building a repeatable innovation process to access best practices and insights you can use to master your innovation process and harness innovation at scale. This detailed brief will lead you toward greater growth and impressive results.
“The reality of innovation, however, is deceptively simple and surprisingly constant—innovation is a repeatable process, just like the processes you follow for billing or customer service.”
—Excerpt from ‘Building a repeatable innovation process’