To those few companies sitting on the innovation fence, business writer Gary Hamel has a dire prediction: "Out there in some garage is an entrepreneur who’s forging a bullet with your company’s name on it. You’ve got one option now—to shoot first. You’ve got to out-innovate the innovators."
Note: To those few companies sitting on the innovation fence, business writer Gary Hamel has a dire prediction: Out there in some garage is an entrepreneur who's forging a bullet with your companys name on it. Youve got one option nowto shoot first. Youve got to out-innovate the innovators
Neither you nor your company needs to be best of class in every category. Like an Olympic decathlon, the object is to achieve true excellence in a few areas, and strength in many. If
Note: Neither you nor your company needs to be best of class in every category. Like an Olympic decathlon, the object is to achieve true excellence in a few areas, and strength in many.
1. Understand the market, the client, the technology, and the perceived constraints on the problem. Later in a project, we often challenge those constraints, but it’s important to understand current perceptions.
Note: Understand the market, the client, the technology, and the perceived constraints on the problem. Later, in a project, we often challenge those constraints, but it’s important to understand current perceptions
2. Observe real people in real-life situations to find out what makes them tick: what confuses them, what they like, what they hate, where
Note: Observe real people in real-life situations to find out what makes them tick:what confuses them, what they like, what they hate