Posts Tagged ‘business coaching’

Happy Labor Day- Innovate to Thrive

Happy Labor Day… Start the Fall business season by reenergizing your Innovation efforts:  Innovate to Thrive! Your Innovation Coach ® Innovation Workshop Or add to your reading list with: Robert’s Rules of Innovation : Ten Imperatives to Create and sustain Innovation or Robert’s Rules of Innovation : The Art of Implementation    Innovate to Thrive!

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Risk: The Unavoidable Rite of Passage in Value Creation – Innovation

There are a lot of moving gears involved with value creation. Talent, originality, intelligence, and circumstance all play a part in the sustainable process of innovation. However, these qualities can appear abstract and elusive. Is it possible to gauge a prospective employee’s resume or curriculum vitae for any of these respective characteristics? Are there metrics…

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Creating a Structured, Repeatable Process For Innovation

Established companies do not easily reinvent themselves.  History shows us that Innovation is often the strategy of startups – but not only is it important in getting to the top, innovation is necessary in order to stay on top. New talent, new techniques, and new products are all needed to stay abreast of the competition.…

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Innovation Coach Workshop Philadelphia

   Are you a small to mid-sized manufacturing company and concerned that how you currently manage innovation and new product development is not optimized to provide continued growth in revenue and earnings? Or do you want to explore ways to improve an existing process? Innovation Coach workshops offered byNew Product Visions are unique 4-day group workshops focused on…

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Innovation ROI: The Tough Questions

Some things are easier to measure than others. For example, an objective such as lower cost of goods sold, or improved revenue is relatively easy to measure. Strategic objectives on the other hand have been historically more difficult to quantity. How do you measure Innovation as a strategic objective? What is the ROI of innovation?…

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Successful Innovation Harnesses Idea Management

While most organizations believe that Innovation is required to remain competitive in today’s marketplace, they often do not put enough emphasis on building the organizational capability for innovation. Idea management is a critical step in this process. While creativity and ideas can be found in numerous places and in numerous ways, how you manage them…

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Manage Innovation to Drive Value Creation

  The fundamental purpose of Innovation is to create value that translates into enhanced stakeholder/shareholder value. Sustainable process-driven innovation transforms ideas into vital intellectual property, Intellectual property into revenues, and revenues into increased stakeholder value. While the creation of the idea is important, the creation of value for the customer is equally paramount. In many companies,…

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The Best Innovation Bloggers & Articles of 2013

January brings with it new resolutions and reflections on the past year come and gone. In 2013, we watched as Pope Francis took office as head of the Roman Catholic Church. We followed the Zimmerman trial, and welcomed the royal baby to the world. In 2013 google glass hit the market, the government shut down…

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The Role of Design; R&D, and more in the NPD Process

After getting your house in order it is time to move from ideation to the NPD processes.  The third step in Robert’s Rules of Innovation addresses New Product Development. This process is defined as the complete cycle of creating and bringing a new product to fruition – from idea creation to product sale; from concept…

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Innovate and Thrive: May you stay inspired in 2014!

Innovate and Thrive: May you stay inspired in 2014! Robert’s Rules of Innovation wishes you and yours a wonderful Holiday Season.   The season of eggnog and ugly sweater parties is here… threatening to slow momentum for even the most dedicated and business minded among us.  To keep you on your toes this holiday, Robert’s…

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