Increasingly, leaders are being asked to innovate. Evidence shows that companies that focus on creating additional value and getting better and better at what they do reap the rewards. But another thing is clear: If you get the culture right and people aligned to what you're trying to achieve, leaders will get a much greater return on investment from innovation actions.
Innovation can come from either a single breakthrough or from a series of incremental changes. Research shows that this second type is often of the most value to organizations, and to the CEOs that lead them. Why? Because it delivers fast wins that build confidence among managers, the rest of the executive suite, and investors.
In this half-hour webinar TakeON! founder Paul Stewart will explain the four key attributes of a culture for innovation, and how a leader can strengthen each one within the organization. Paul will also describe in detail how one company successfully implemented more than 7000 innovation actions in less than 12 months.