Innovation Management – How Do You Do It?




As I blogged about in my summation oPicture 5f the
Enterprise 2.0 summit, innovation was a popular term being tossed around at the conference.  New web-based social networks provide new, wider, leaner and more agile environments in which to collaborate, group think and brainstorm, leading to innovation.

But there is (obviously?) more to innovation than simply being able to collaborate, just as there is more to collaboration than providing a forum in which it can occur. Innovation and collaboration are tricky.  A study published by the Harvard Business School in 2007 found that most organizations who attempt collaborative innovation all too often get it wrong.

That is why, building on our extensive experience with Enterprise 2.0 and Knowledge Management, we at Information Architected, Inc. have extended our services into Innovation Management.

BUT – the purpose of this post is not to announce the new line of services, but to ask for…

Your insights in a SHORT survey

What is the state of innovation management in your organization?

Even if you are not sure what the term means, or believe it is something your organization has not undertaken – we would like to hear from you. It should only take no more than 10 minutes of your time.  We will share the results with all survey participants.

So, how about a little collaboration on your part?

Share your opinion, take the survey and we will all be the wiser for it.

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