Tags : engagement

Culture First, Strategy Second

THE FIVE CRITERIA TO DEVELOP A CULTURE OF INNOVATION By Christiane Michaelis  If you ask managers, employees or executives whether they want to work in a company that has a culture of innovation, most will say yes. Why does this sound so attractive? Innovation is associated with rapid success, disruptive innovation and growth, and these […]Read More

The Secret to Building Great Products

MANAGING THE CREATIVE PROCESS OF DESIGN By Jon Kolko Recently, the word “design” has crept into the C-suite. Large companies like IBM or GE publically embrace design, and Forbes recently reported on J&J, PepsiCo, and Philips all hiring a Chief Design Officer. Design is a complicated word, so it’s worth questioning: what does the CEO […]Read More

Minitrends

FIVE KEYS TO AN ENGAGED AND INNOVATIVE CULTURE By Carrie Vanston Experience shows that the companies that stay innovative are the most likely to succeed and thrive. They must constantly look for the latest emerging trends and incorporate the most relevant ones into their business strategy. Not surprisingly, these companies are usually the ones that […]Read More