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  • Various principles and concepts are used for managing research and innovation. You are probably familiar with these buzzwords: crowdsourcing, open innovation and a more recent one, co-creation. Organisations are gradually moving away from traditional work models; they are becoming a lot bolder and more inclusive in their approaches to innovation. As an innovation and idea […]

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  • Here are a few great articles, posts and videos we found across the web this week: Innovation Governance: Why Should Top Management Care? - By Jean-Philippe Deschamps, for Innovation Management. Innovation ranks third in the top 10 challenges faced by CEOs in 2014 according to the Conference Board’s “CEO challenge 2014”. CEOs are starting to consider […]

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  • A study by Gallup last year (The State of the Global Workplace) revealed that employee engagement across the world is disappointingly weak. Their research found that only 13% of the global workforce is truly engaged. This means that “about 1 in 8 workers – roughly 180 million employees in the countries studied – are psychologically […]

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  • Here are a few great articles and reports we found across the web: Deloitte – Tech Trends 2014 – Inspiring Disruption – Each year, Deloitte study the evolving technology landscape, focusing on disruptive trends that are transforming business, government and society. The theme of this year’s report is “Inspiring Disruption”. The report lists 10 emerging […]

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  • Following our recent blog post on the role of failure in innovation we wanted to expand on this subject by bringing you a few examples of highly successful inventors and entrepreneurs who experienced failure. You may still question the value of failure in successful innovation and we are not encouraging you to fail for the sake […]

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