Innovative operation / Operative Innovation

Escrito el 5 marzo 2010 por José Luis Fernández en General, Lean Services

In some strategy classes, when I try to talk about innovation some of my sources are Grant (Contemporary Strategy Analysis) and Moore (Dealing with Darwin). Both of them define the innovation linked to the industry/company/product lifecycle. This is good.

Product innovation, process innovation, strategic innovation evolves their share along these time-cycles. Innovation towards the product/customer/process excellence/renovation provides a lot of innovation areas to work through.

Other side of the coin comes from the organizational environment. Some classifications are made from those organizations innovation oriented vs those operations oriented. Differences are coming not only from the selection and kind of management, but also from the organization structure, processes and rewards methods. And some authors,  as Hamel, call for innovate vs operate.

I would like to elaborate in our new thread about these questions.

How to insert and grow the seed of innovation in fully operation oriented environments? 

How to increase the operative results in fully innovation driven environments?

How to merge innovation areas in potential break-through innovations?

How to alter and fine tune the natural share of innovation due to the lifecycle?

Which are the barriers?


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