This year, innovation teams have faced unprecedented changes, navigating pivots with constrained resources. With those changes in mind, we wanted to put together a special edition of InnoLead—one that looks ahead to all kinds of new approaches to making change inside established organizations. We asked a wide range of contributors to write something that would highlight what is changing and be helpful to our readership.
Stories in this issue include:
How are Innovation Labs in Silicon Valley Changing? by Paul Campbell
What are the Best Ways to Facilitate Virtual Learning? by Nancy Tennant
Why Did AI as a Capability Just Get More Important? by Karim Lakhani
Does Your C-Suite Still Need to Live in the Same City? by Hugh Molotsi
What is the Future of the Job Search? by Nada Usina
Will Coronavirus be the Tipping Point for Virtual Reality? by Vicki Dobbs Beck
Members can access the full issue by clicking the cover on the left. This issue is also available on Amazon as a Kindle e-book.
Mike Proulx, Chief Innovation Officer at Hill Holliday, shares why the ad agency he works for gives out an “Epic Fail Award” every year, and how it has impacted the way the organization thinks about success and failure.
For our list of the top cities for corporate innovation around the world, we examined an array of factors that create a constructive context for big companies that want to engage in ecosystems outside of their home turf.
From the Fall 2017 issue of InnoLead’s magazine, this one-pager captures the different kinds of CEO personalities when it comes to innovation, including the Visionary, the Cheerleader, and the Advocate.
Companies once believed that the best innovation environment was an isolated campus. But now, the urban appeal continues to grow. Here’s our list of the top cities for corporate innovation in North America.