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Strategy & Innovation

November, 2014, Volume 12, Number 4

Building a Minimum Viable Innovation System - Strategy & Innovation November 2014

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Launching an Innovation Engine in 90 Days
Getting a reliable innovation system up and running doesn’t require a massive investment of resources. See the new spotlight feature in Harvard Business Review about our “minimum viable” approach.

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Rating Your Organization's Innovation Capabilities
For quick insight into the state of your organization's innovation engine, take our five-minute self-assessment to see how you stack up along four key dimensions.

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Moving the Needle at Large Organizations
At a recent Innovation Leader Field Study, leaders at Starbucks, The Gap, Twitter and other companies offered wisdom on how to overcome early-stage hurdles to launching big ideas.

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We're launching a category-defining new car. How do we create equally breakthrough messaging that will help the car quickly gain traction in the marketplace? Chevrolet collaborated with Innosight on this innovation challenge.

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VP Chevy Volt Marketing, General Motors

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