The Committed Innovator: A conversation with Tanya Baker of Goldman Sachs Accelerate by Erik Roth (Senior Partner at McKinsey’s)
The global leader of Goldman Sachs’ internal new business incubator on fostering innovation and entrepreneurial ventures within the firm. Keep reading the original interview / post
To move beyond innovation theater, intrapreneurs have to become keenly interested in creating value for the companies they work for. Keep reading
How much do you know about corporate innovation concepts, key thinkers, famous failures, and Silicon Valley disruptors? Try a 22 question quiz by InnovationLeader
Coined by Steve Blank, the term innovation theater has been gaining traction lately.
As with all popular terms, we may be reaching the peak of inflated expectations on the hype cycle, with a lot more people using the term without fully understanding what it really means. Keep reading
In this episode of the Idea to Value Podcast, we speak about what it takes to create an invincible company, with a particular emphasis on the importance of a balanced innovation portfolio.
Interested in this topic and have a bit less than half an hour time? Follow
this link to the 25 minutes podcast.
Innovation consulting is the practice of training teams to design new business models and profit centers for companies.
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A lot of work is put into ideas that never make it past the day of the event.
Hackathons are a perfect example of “innovation theatre”. Have path for “after the Hackathon” and drive things though. Keep reading
Two videos from IMD Business School on the Business Model Canvas.
Alex Osterwalder runs through the tool as well as the common pitfalls when it comes to innovation. Got interested? Follow
Innovation managers need to build frameworks that are useful for making decisions.
Without that basis in strategy, any portfolio map is an academic waste of time at best, and innovation theatre at worst. Keep reading
Innovation activities in government agencies most often result in innovation theater.
While these activities shape and build culture, they don’t win wars, and rarely deliver shippable or deployable products. Read the story