Your Innovation Projects: Better Under or On the Radar?

Radiocasts | July 16, 2015 by Bonnie D. Graham

The buzz: Disrupt or be disrupted.

In our fast-moving, hyper-connected, uber-competitive world, companies that continually re-invent themselves through innovation are the most likely to survive.

Have you been thwarted by the expensive, bogged-down and lengthy traditional process of introducing new ideas to solve existing challenges – from business plan to funding to solution-building to promotion? Take heart! Today’s innovation model can be lean, cheap, and fast.

How, you ask?

The experts speak.

Prof. Dr. Stefan Bongard: “As a University of Applied Sciences professor, I’m always working ‘under the radar’. Problems emerge immediately, when my projects appear on the radar screen.”

Daniel Brunnett, SAP: “Screw it, let´s do it!” (Richard Branson)

Wayne Morris, SAP: Organizations, by their very nature, are designed to promote order and routine. They are inhospitable environments for innovation.” (Theodore Levitt)

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