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Why do companies draft people as innovation leaders and team members who already work within their walls? Most innovation teams are small and their budgets are tight. There’s also a feeling that understanding the culture — and the levers of getting stuff done — is crucial.

But bringing in new perspectives and skillsets not currently represented within the organization can be a key to long-term success.

Check out our Benchmarking Report, which covers team size and structure, as well as what percentage of employees receive innovation training.


Who Should be on Your Innovation Team?

We asked our community: How do you think about who should be on your innovation team? Here's a summary of the top answers...

Members of Intel's Work Practice Innovations team, from left: Mark Eden, Jennifer Monnig, Mikel Bookwalter, and Cindy Chung.

How Intel Is Transforming Hiring and Work Habits

Jennifer Monnig spent the past three years leading an innovation team within the HR organization at Intel Corp. that sought to create a more collaborative culture...

AARP's Hatchery

Inside the Hatchery, the Innovation Lab at AARP

AARP is not only one of the largest nonprofits, but also one of the biggest insurers and magazine publishers. Take a look inside the Hatchery…


How Pfizer’s Works to Foster a Culture of Innovation

What happens if lots of divisions in a global company come up with their own approach to innovation? Learnings and slides from Pfizer inside…

Brent Stutz, SVP of Commercial Technology.

Cardinal Health SVP Offers a Look Inside Customer-Focused Fuse Lab

“When you come to Fuse, it’s all about the customers. It’s customer-in,” says Cardinal Health SVP and CTO Brent Stutz. Find out more about Fuse here...


How ESPN is Using Data to Call the Plays

George Leimer, VP of Fantasy Sports and Premium Products at ESPN, discusses how the sports network is working to build a data and metrics-oriented culture.

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