Based on an analysis of over 3.5 million innovation attempts across every sector of human activity, the likelihood of successfully turning a novel idea into sustainable shareholder value is currently slightly worse than the odds of winning at roulette. Close to 98% of all innovation attempts end in failure. ‘Innovation’ is perceived by business leaders as simultaneously high risk and an essential part of life in a globalised economy.
Those attempts fail because organisations:
The key to improving your ability to innovate depends on first understanding the Innovation Capability Maturity of your organisation. In this workshop, Darrell Mann will demonstrate the five fundamentally different levels of capability, allow organisations to calibrate themselves against the different levels, and explore some of the steps required to take organisations on the journey from where they are to where they need to be. The day will contain a number of hands-on exercises that will enable organisations to explore the challenges that will need to be overcome in order to get from where they are to where their prevailing market conditions need them to be. All delegates will receive a copy of the ICMM Introduction book as a part of their registration.
The workshop will held in our Clevedon HQ office.