The tasks of whoever is in charge of maximizing the company’s innovation activities should involve both external and internal activities and programs to make their companies as innovative as they hope them to be. Today’s post focuses on external activities to make firms more “innovative.”
The core idea of “bem estar bem” – four principles that drive internal and external interactions at Natura
We understand innovation as a process that should cross permeate all our activities. It is at the core of our value creation and is expressed not only in our products, but also in our commercial model, management system and the relations we establish with our stakeholders and society as a whole.
The Talent Enterprise in collaboration with GIM Institute and Sia Partners, are running a study on the critical aspects of innovation, part of which is a Global Survey on Leadership & Innovation Mindset.
We invite leaders and managers of all types of organizations to complete this survey It only takes 2 minutes to complete, is entirely confidential and can be accessed here: https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/RpCN87
We will share the survey results and findings in due course.
Are Innovators Moving Beyond Incremental Innovation? Insights by Rob Hoehn — Board Director of the GIM Institute The automobile didn’t disrupt horse-drawn carriages. Or at least not right away. It wasn’t until Ford introduced the egalitarian Model T that could be mass produced and adopted by a large percentage of the public that the equestrian […]
Was innovation always the first solution we reached for? History of Business Innovation https://www.giminstitute.org/index.php/product/game-changers/ Innovation has always been with us: it is one of the main motors of economic development and progress. However, it has taken a long time for it to emerge as one of the central subjects of business activity and theory. It […]
What is innovation and why is it important? Why do companies need to innovate? Let us look at successful companies in the past 30 years to understand why innovation is important in an organization. In the 1980s, there was Kodak and Delphi. At the time, every moment, every event was captured with film cameras typically from Kodak. […]