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Leaders Can Shape Company Culture Through Their Behaviors

Building culture begins with the behavior of the leaders in organizations. To say that another way, if you are interested in changing the culture of your organization, your first step should be to look in the mirror and make sure you are setting the kind of behavioral examples you want everyone else to follow. 14 more words

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Missing in Innovation Action

I’m pretty sure that the authors of the recent PWC’s report on innovation wanted to paint a nice picture of the current state of corporate innovation. 431 more words

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Building your innovation “dream team”

(A longer version of this piece was originally posted to the Qmarkets blog)

You’ve heard this cliché many times before: innovation is all about people. 1,079 more words

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Six Traits of Highly Innovative Companies

Companies often contact us at InnovationOne because their long-range financial forecasts are on a southbound train. Or, they are facing fierce competition from industry disruptors that have a new technology, newly applied technology in their industry, or a better business model. 1,164 more words

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Are You Really Encouraging Innovation?

Many companies boast about their cultures of innovation. They incorporate creativity and openness into their mission or values statements. They reward employees for new insights and ideas. 707 more words

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Big Companies Can Be Innovative Too!

If you read the business press, you might believe that only start-ups can be innovative.  Start-ups certainly have the advantage of agility, focus and speed. Without the burden of ongoing operations, customer relations, and Wall Street investors to manage, they can focus all of their attention on innovation. 778 more words

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