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Enabling & Managing Innovative Environments in Organizations

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Pages/Slides: 35


Published: Pre-2014


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STUDY OVERVIEW

Best Practices, LLC conducted this benchmarking survey to examine how organizations cultivate and harness innovation to stay ahead of the competition. This study identified the effective practices and metrics that organizations use to encourage individuals to recognize fundamental inefficiencies or opportunities in order to create an organizational environment designed to harvest employee ideas and convert them into commercial benefits.

KEY TOPICS
Leadership
Sources of Innovation
Collaboration
Tools
Implementation
Incentives
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KEY METRICS

Revenue attributed to new products
Organizational support of innovation
Leadership's attitude towards innovation
Origination of innovative efforts
Utilization of innovative tools
Most effective innovative tools
Setting expectations and facilitating innovation
Measuring innovation

SAMPLE KEY FINDINGS

Innovation Tools– Utilization

Benchmarking is the most common tool utilized by the benchmark class. Quality Function Deployment (QFD) that transforms customer needs (the voice of the customer) into engineering characteristics of a product or service follows and is used by 38% of participants.

Industries Profiled:
Energy; Computer Hardware; Computer Software; Biotech; Pharmaceutical; Health Care; Banking; Manufacturing; Media; Financial Services


Companies Profiled:
ALSTOM; Amdocs; Amgen; Arkansas Children's Hospital; Deutsche Bank; Briggs and Stratton; Shire; Idearc Media Corp; Quadrata; Rockland Trust Company


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