The talk about “Innovation” is everywhere. Countries, companies, teams, individuals all aspire to be innovative to keep ahead of the curve and the competition to ensure future success. But has “Innovation” now become a buzzword where the intention is not being converted in results.
Can “Innovation” really thrive in organisations that require hierarchy and are unwilling to take risks or do not provide the supporting culture and processes? We talk to an experienced panel who have insights, tips and lessons learnt from implementing “Innovation” in organisations and teams.
- Is Innovation more a mindset than a skill that requires the right condition to thrive? Are certain types of organisations more suitable for innovation than others?
- What does a road-map for making organisations “Innovative” look like? What are the resources required to make a start?
- What are the most effective measures and symptoms for increased “Innovation” in organisations?
- Todd Johnsen – Director Business Performance and Innovation at Cushman & Wakefield
- John English – Innovation Consultant who worked in Senior Management positions at Allianz and Suncorp etc.
- Patrick Crooks – Founder at Fusion Labs
- Jeevan Joshi – Producer at CapabilityCafé & LearningCafe. Jeevan is currently involved in Future Capability projects.