The work of David Teece is hugely influential on exploring dynamic capabilities. It was my reading of one of his early papers, published in 1997 (with Gary Pisano and Amy Shuen) that got me started down the dynamics path and my quest to identify the innovation landscape required by each organization to become innovation fit. … More Understanding the dynamics within your innovation system
The Nine Steps needed for developing an understanding of your innovation capabilities to make them more dynamic. This is my adopted approach to work through this in a systematic way. No question, this is designed to make sure those involved take their time working through the different levels of understanding needed. A journey where you … More Nine steps leading to understanding your dynamic innovation capabilities
I’m constantly learning, reading, absorbing and interpreting what I understand and then attempting to provide my thoughts to others, those willing to listen about innovation! Innovation capability building is my 100% focus from my work point of view. I’m comfortable in much of the understanding of what makes up innovation, totally restless in so much … More Continuing the Innovation Journey- connecting the points
I had not recognized the incredible power of “orchestration” needed in innovation as much as I should have done. Of course it was there, actually all around us, going on all the time but it was not as ‘loud and clear’ in my thinking as it should have been. The blind spot had been my … More Orchestration is required for dynamic Innovation
Knowing your innovation ‘stock’ and ‘capital’ potential If we really want to innovate well, we need to know our ‘innovation stock’. This is where the largest part of our wealth generating capital lies and where it’s potential can be best put to use. We are today increasingly valuing the knowledge perspective far more and with … More Do you know your innovation stock and its capital potential?