How to develop a culture of innovation in your organization

 

Join us for episode 28 of Discover Performance Weekly to discuss how to build a culture of innovation in your business. Innovation seems to be the word of the day but few actually understand where to begin.


HP Software evangelist and VP of Strategic Marketing, Paul Muller (@xthestreams), sits down with the Head of Innovation at HP Software, Ahi Gvirtsman, and the “Most Connected Human,” Chris Dancy (@ServiceSphere) to define innovation, how to encourage it in your business and how to use innovation to create new revenue streams.

In this episode, Paul, Chris and Ahi discuss topics like:

- What is innovation? (0:55) 
- The innovation turf war between business execs and IT leaders? (2:30)
- Customer’s role in innovation (4:45) 
- Omni-channel innovation (6:30)
- Models of innovation (7:00) 
- The employee factor? (8:00)
- Who owns innovation? (8:35)
- What’s the best innovation model? (9:30)
- Lean methodology in innovation (11:45)
- Hire for “weird.” Developing diversity in your organization (13:15)
- Anonymity in innovation (14:20)
- Innovation is cultivated, not engineered (17:35)

Each week our host and guests offer a tip of the week for more information about the topic they've discussed on the show. This week's tips are (17:55):
• Chris: Book: Present Shock
• Ahi: Book: Running Lean
• Paul: Book: Book: Presentation Zen

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