Welcome to Spigit’s weekly roundup of innovation links, where we feature a carefully curated selection of our favorite content on innovation, crowdsourcing, and more from around the web.
Here are 10 new discoveries from this week.
1. Lean Innovation Management – Making Corporate Innovation Work
Who it’s from: Steve Blank
The skinny: Steve Blank outlines how lean innovation practices can drive 10 times the number of initiatives in a fifth of the time.
Who it’s from: Jeff Degraff
The skinny: How do you achieve equality without uniformity, variety without discord, and cooperation without consensus? Business author and expert Jeff Degraff provides a few ideas in this article.
Who it’s from: Huffington Post
The skinny: Robert F. Brands, founder of Innovationcoach.com, offers a straightforward warning: #innovateordie. He also explains why innovation cannot happen without implementation.
Who it’s from: Atlassian
The skinny: Watch Jose Morales, head of business development at Atlassian, speak at the Gartner ITxpo about how to build a culture of innovation.
Who it’s from: Business Innovation Factory
The skinny: Here are 10 questions to ask your CEO to find out how they really feel about innovation — and if your company is ready to take it on.
Who it’s from: Bob Domenz
The skinny: Bob Domenz looks at how Marketers have the opportunity to make a significant impact on business-to-business innovation.
Who it’s from: Bob Stembridge
The skinny: Find out what the Top 100 Global Innovators have in common, including a shared methodology that supports three phases to innovation: Discovery, Protection, and Commercialization.
Who it’s from: Soren Kaplan
The skinny: Want to get tangible results from your innovation program? Of course you do. Here’s what you should be analyzing to get them.
Who it’s from: Tim Bridges
The skinny: Tim Bridges of Spigit customer Capgemini highlights why digital innovation requires long-term perspective.
Who it’s from: Rob Shelton
The skinny: Does your innovation program effectively support collaboration? Is your idea engine running on high-octane partnerships? Rob Shelton discusses why these things are so important to success.