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Most of us understand that innovation is enormously important. It’s the only insurance against irrelevance. It’s the only guarantee of long-term customer loyalty. It’s the only strategy for out-performing a dismal economy.
— Gary Hamel
Those that champion innovation within the business can find themselves accelerating their careers and building their reputation. But the very same innovation champions can also find themselves moved sideways, out of favour, picking up the pieces of a once-successful career. All it takes is one “fast failure”.
How then are we to balance the desire to innovate while managing the hits to reputation that are part and parcel of entrepreneurial life?
Championing innovation with corporate start-ups
At Disruptor’s Handbook, we recognise that those charged with improving the value of any business do their best work in a corporate start-up environment, and with the right support. With the right tools at your disposal, you can incubate and accelerate innovation in a firm in a way that improves both your perceived and actual value within the firm. You can engage the Disruptor’s Handbook to:
- Access Proven Frameworks: By becoming a member of the Disruptor’s Handbook Brainery, you gain access to our continually growing library of innovation frameworks. Read them and then use them within your business to create the change, transformation and structures that can unleash innovation within your business.
- Learn: Disruptor’s Handbook members can purchase access to exclusive online training around our frameworks. Hear from the practitioners, innovators and entrepreneurs who have created the frameworks and use them to innovate as part of their every day work.
- Hire a Disruptor: Need to accelerate your innovation? Work with our experienced consultants to optimise your innovation program, drive outcomes and transform your team’s capability in the process.
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