Most executives will admit that their companies don’t innovate in a reliable, orderly way. Too many breakthroughs happen only because of serendipity or individual heroism. Great ideas remain locked inside employees’ heads, and the concepts that are developed often aren’t the most promising. But there is a way to make innovation more systematic—without massive investments, restructuring, or even a single hire. In this article the Innosight authors explain how a company can build a “minimum viable” innovation function, in just three months.… Read More