Healthcare organizations are an extremely challenging and complex environment for innovation. But the need for them to innovate has never been more intense — whether in response to new entrants, changing customer behaviors, cost pressures, or shifting reimbursement paradigms. Our latest in-depth research report explores how the world’s leading healthcare companies have set up new innovation initiatives that are delivering tangible results.
How do large companies scout the trends and technologies that will be most relevant to their future success? And even more importantly, how do they introduce those concepts to their colleagues throughout the organization, and get initial experiments and pilot tests going? Our latest in-depth research report collects advice from innovation, R&D, corporate development, and strategy executives.
Our Q2 2017 report collects the best insights from innovation execs at companies like Johnson & Johnson, Kennametal, Brown Brothers Harriman, ExxonMobil, Thomson Reuters, and others, including recommendations from our interviews, a conference call we conducted with Innovation Leader members, and a survey we fielded in Q1 2017 to understand the current state of governance at 50 large companies. Includes five charts on topics like committee size, metrics, and how progress updates are delivered.
Our exclusive report on building productive relationships between innovation groups and the business units includes insights and advice from AIG, Ralph Lauren, W.L. Gore, Reliant Energy, BASF, Northrop Grumman, CVS and others.
We fielded a compensation survey that analyzed the base pay and bonuses of nearly 250 executives responsible for innovation at large corporations. This report details our findings, with highlights on how pay relates to titles, position, reporting structure, and more.
In Q3 2016, we surveyed companies active in, interested in, or developing connected products, in collaboration with the design and innovation consulting firm Altitude. Here’s the downloadable PDF report summarizing what we found.
Our 83-page downloadable report is filled with advice, case studies, articles, interviews, and results from our recent survey of Innovation Leader members on lean startup deployment.
We analyze the results of our Q1 survey of 115 innovation executives, which explored how they’re using innovation software — and what software they’re using. One finding: most companies have just scratched the surface when it comes to utilizing software to manage innovation programs…
What exactly is an innovation lab? Ask ten companies, and you’ll get ten different answers. For our 53-page report on innovation labs, we talked to more than 20 executives at companies like Walmart, Home Depot, IKEA, Fidelity Investments, Royal Dutch Shell, MasterCard, Target, and others.
We looked at our most-read stories from InnovationLeader.com, as well as our most-clicked and shared material on social media. So rather than these pieces being “Editor’s Picks,” they’re your picks.
Our latest report, “Hiring Innovators: How Innovation Teams Bring on Top Talent,” explores how some of the most successful companies are getting the budget they need; describing the roles they’ve created; working with HR — and promoting openings on their own; evaluating candidates; and integrating new hires into the organization. It also includes more than 20 recent job descriptions. Download it here…
Do you need data to help justify, shape, and upgrade your innovation program? We’ve spent more than six months surveying nearly 200 innovation leaders, and the result is Innovation Benchmarking Report 2015, a 40-page report that gives focus to data and intelligence that can help solve the challenges innovation leaders face.
Since we started Innovation Leader, the subject of measuring innovation progress has come up in virtually every interview, off-the-record conversation, and Field Study gathering we’ve had. This report, including new survey data, captures what we’ve learned so far.
We’ve collected our most useful and insightful pieces from 2014 into a 40-page PDF. Get the year’s best guidance on corporate innovation, featuring General Electric, Intuit, Marriott, Google, and others — and an exclusive convo with “Innovator’s Dilemma” author Clay Christensen.
What’s the average salary for a VP Innovation? What about Directors or Catalysts? Does company size or reporting structure impact pay? Find out in our first-ever compensation survey of innovation leaders, complete with salaries, bonuses, and performance metrics.
Chief Innovation Officers, VPs of Innovation, Directors, and Innovation Managers explain how their bonuses are calculated, in their own words. Data comes from our 2014 compensation survey.
Innovation Leader’s Q1 “Peer to Peer” report explores the ways that leading companies are tracking, investing in, and partnering with entrepreneurs and disruptive startups in their industries. The report includes examples and case studies from Time Warner, Constant Contact, GE Appliances, Google Ventures, and Qualcomm, among others.
Innovation Leader recently asked innovation executives around the world about the innovation function within their organizations. Our results — covering topics like metrics, reporting to the board, and internal versus external focus — were surprising.