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How Small Rewards Drive Disruptive Innovation

How Small Rewards Drive Innovation An intriguing study finds smaller rewards motivate employees to generate better ideas. Will Yakowicz Inc.com What rewards do you offer employees for their disruptive ideas? If it’s half the value of the idea, you may be spending too much, and end up with too many ideas. Yes, there is such a

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How Thomson Reuters Is Creating a Culture of Innovation

How Thomson Reuters Is Creating a Culture of Innovation By Ron Ashkenas and Cary Burch Harvard Business Review 2 October 2014 It’s not easy for big companies to discover innovation. As Steve Blank, Clay Christensen, and many others have pointed out, once firms reach a certain size, most of their resources (and investment dollars) are

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More Corporations Are Incorporating Open Innovation- ChiefExecutive.net

  Corporations Are Increasing Open Innovation Faced with an increasing number of disruptive challenges from new technology, social media and global competition, U.S. businesses have responded by investing more time and money in innovation. Traditionally, the search for innovative products, services and processes was performed internally behind closed, secure doors. The results of these efforts, however,

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