Making Innovation Stick

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If you’ve been following this short journey through my website, we went from how to have ideas, to how to turn those ideas into innovations, but making innovation stick is even more important than the innovation. How do we do this? How to you make ideas and innovation stick in your organisation?

There are as many answers to this question as there are definitions for the word innovation, but let me try and help.
Whatever industry they are in, the common trait that innovative organisations share is a culture, led from the top that values and welcomes experimentation, the risks involved and to a certain extent the failure that is required to innovate.
What? You don’t recognise those values in your organisation? You have two options then;

If you prefer to listen rather than read, here’s my How to Innovate blogs on Soundcloud
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Three Options

Strategic Innovation – how to describe your innovation strategy on one piece of paper
How to test an idea in 5 questions
A suggestion scheme – some way of crowdsourcing ideas
An idea competition
Intrapreneurship

Innovation Inspirations

Incase you need some innovation inspiration, here are some of my favourite memes and quotes about Innovation. If you follow me on twitter (@Brillianttideas) you get these every day!

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