Category Archives: Innovation Management

The Science of Success for Product Managers and Innovators [podcast]

In his book, Barking Up the Wrong Tree, Eric reveals the science behind what actually determines success and—most important—how you can achieve it. Eric also has a popular blog by the same name as his book that shares science-based answers and expert insight on how to be successful.

7 Change Styles for Product Managers & Innovators [Podcast]

We often need to help others we work with understand why change is required. It is a skill we can learn and my quest calls it Change Intelligence. Chad McAllister interviews Barbara Trautlein who wrote the book on the topic, Change Intelligence: Use the Power of CQ to Lead Change That Sticks. Read about it here or listen to the podcast.

Overcoming Innovation’s Roadblocks: Overlooked Assets

_____ Despite well-laid plans and big investment, most innovation is slow and unpredictable. How to make it faster and more efficient? Supercharge your ideas with the assets and capabilities you already possess.   This is the second piece in a multipart series on the Roadblocks to Innovation—where we’ll be providing real-world examples, actionable insights and ...

Exploring frameworks and methods you need as an Innovator

Over the past twelve or eighteen months, I was asked to explore and explain different frameworks that the innovator might need to know, or at least have an opinion upon. I encourage you to explore these as all have innovating connecting value to bring into your own thinking and referencing of innovation capability building.

Overcoming Innovation’s Roadblocks: Poor Prioritization

Generating ideas is the fun (and frankly, easiest) part of innovation. The true challenge is prioritizing ideas which are equal parts desirable, feasible and viable. We’ve got a tool for that. This is the first in a multipart series on the Roadblocks to Innovation—where we’ll be providing real-world examples, actionable insights and practical tools that can ...