The Innovator's Handbook 2022
The Best and Latest in Corporate Innovation
From implementing incremental improvements for existing products and services to launching new business models and building disruptive ventures, as corporate innovators, we are responsible for creating new value to drive innovation and growth. But, of course, that’s easier said than done.
As we’re entering post-Covid times, most fundamental challenges for leading and doing innovation in large organisations from before-Covid still exist. In fact, new and even more complex challenges are looming on the horizon – on top of ongoing internal discussions about the scope and structure of our function.
Over the last 12 months, our friends at Innov8rs welcomed 5,500+ corporate innovators from around the world and across industries in roles ranging from Junior Project Lead to Chief Innovation Officer. In more than 500 sessions, these challenges were discussed, exploring possible solutions and new approaches. This handbook captures insights and takeaways from those conversations.
Whatever you’re currently working on, regardless of industry and innovation maturity, this book offers a comprehensive overview of the best and latest in corporate innovation with practical tips for improving innovation outcomes.
Learn from experts including Gina O’Connor, Rita McGrath, Alexander Osterwalder & Tendayi Viki, Jeff Dyer, Julian Birkinshaw, Ash Maurya, Greg Satell, Gustavo Razetti and Dan Tom & Esther Gons, as well as from innovation leaders from companies such as Dupont, IBM, Google, bp, ING, Bosch, Johnson & Johnson, US Bank, Nestlé, NASA, Cisco, P&G, Pepsico, Axel Springer, SAP, IKEA, Bayer, Swisscom and Lufthansa.
As both long-term members of the Innov8r’s community and the Australian curator of Innov8r’s Unconference 2021, we’re delighted to be able to share this ebook freely with our Hargraves community.
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