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Innovation Program Recipe for Success: The Three Essential Ingredients

At Qmarkets we have been working alongside organizations for nearly 15 years to help them build and implement effective innovation programs. Along the way we have seen a wide variety of approaches deployed and have witnessed first-hand what is vital to the success of any innovation program. Head to the blog to find out the three essential ingredients that contribute...

How Companies Can Prepare for Digital Transformation’s Long-Haul

Previous periods of technological evolution show change doesn’t happen all at once; it will grow in speed & scale over multiple decades. This means the seemingly rapid pace of digital transformation is now the slowest it will ever be.

Moon, Mars, and now… Earth.

NASA has formed an unlikely partnership with Earthbound California-based startup, the SMART tire company. The American space agency and SMART are developing the first consumer application of NASA‘s airless shape memory alloy (SMA) to create a futuristic bicycle tire called METL™. The revolutionary tech promises an eco-friendly alternative to traditional tires and reduces the need for elastomer or rubber sidewalls...

Innovation & Predictive Analytics: A Short Analysis of the Walkman

Predictive analytics is subject to whims of the marketplace & often produces dubious results. When it comes to innovation, particularly ‘disruptive,’ relying on predictive analytics can lead a company down a disastrous path.

Why Most Intrapreneurship Programmes Fail

The reality is that most intrapreneurship programmes have failed to produce results. Less than 1% of the ideas that come out of these programmes are useful. Sifted have put together 11 tips for increasing the success rate.

What Can We Learn From Jeff Bezos’s Tremendous Success

Jeff Bezos leaves his successor a set of rules that might be helpful to any entrepreneur bent on conquering the known universe. Here are the 11 principles every entrepreneur can learn from Amazon’s former CEO.

Success Story: How Small Scale Innovation Can Generate Large Scale Impact

Energy services company esolva ag are using innovation management to help fuel company growth and expansion. esova prove that the success of an innovation initiative is not dependant on a huge number of users, but rather a well tailored ideation process. Head to the blog to find out more on how esolva are implementing small scale innovation and generating large scale...

All-electric Spirit of Innovation Makes First Taxi Run!

Rolls-Royce has successfully completed the taxiing of its ‘Spirit of Innovation’ aircraft, the latest milestone on its journey to becoming the world’s fastest all-electric plane. For the first time, the plane powered along a runway propelled by its powerful 500hp electric powertrain and the latest energy storage technology developed to set world speed records and enable a new generation...

Digital transformation: 3 Driving Trends for 2021

The pandemic forced organizations to boost IT investment and prioritize their digital transformation initiatives. The three trends listed by The Enterprises Project will help continue the push toward innovation.

Diversity of Thought Breeds Innovation

In this article from Supply & Demand Chain Executive it shares how embracing the diversity of thought that women bring to the workforce will only hasten the pace of innovation and much-needed change in the industry.

Who Is ‘Credible’? Women Innovators Are Different

Women have not had access to the authority and/or resources to accomplish things in the normal course of business. Read this article from Forbes to find out women have had to adapt their approach to innovation.

Colgate-Palmolive on 2021 Design-Led Innovation

Personal care giant Colgate-Palmolive is shifting away from traditional line extensions, taking a design-led innovation approach that considers user experience and trends from start-to-finish. Read more at Cosmetic Design Europe.

Noam Danon Shares His Tips on How to Achieve Vast Innovation ROI

Last week Qmarkets’ Co-Founder & CEO Noam Danon joined Adi Mazor Kario on the Invincible Innovation Live podcast. Noam was invited to discuss how organizations can achieve vast ROI from their innovation initiatives and discussed the state of innovation today, including the effect of remote working and common obstacles that organizations face when innovating. Watch the Full Discussion.

Lab Grown Wood Could Spell the End of Deforestation

Today’s innovation inspiration is some good news for the planet and humanity! Scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology are looking into the possibility of growing wood in a lab, much like the concept of lab grown meat. The lab grown wood can be manipulated to take on any shape, much like 3D printing. That means that a fully formed table...

Instagram Co-founder Mike Krieger on Innovation and Managing Growth

Mobile Marketing interviews Instagram Co-Founder Mike Krieger on his tips for struggling businesses, building a culture of innovation, managing growth, and why listening to your users is more important than ever.

Maximize The Value Of Your Company’s Investments In Innovation

Throughout the pandemic many companies have invested in innovation to combat difficult times. In this article from Forbes it shares tips for maximizing the value you see from investments in innovation.

Could Alcohol Be the Answer to the US’ Idea Shortage?

Eugene Ivanov shares the controversial notion that alcohol might be the answer to stimulating creativity in the ideation process. As evidence suggests that the U.S. has a shortage of ideas, new approaches may be necessary!

How Taco Bell Is Becoming the World’s Most Innovative Franchise

Taco Bell, the fast-food chain, is quickly adapting for a new era of food culture. As trends shift in the ever-changing food market, the chain has developed several innovative new services to maintain its dominance.

The Top 4 Innovation Culture Best Practices from the World’s Most Successful Companies

Innovation lends itself to success by provoking organizations to continuously push for improvement and always be on the lookout for new opportunities. Amazon, SpaceX, Apple, and Salesforce are far better placed to innovate than others, but this is not by chance. These companies have hardwired innovation into their framework and have ingrained innovation into their organization’s culture.

Goats Zoom Farm to Success!

Today’s innovation inspiration comes from a very imaginative farm owner whose business was struggling – until she came up with the ‘Greatest Of All Time’ service. Dot McCarthy hires out her goats out for Zoom meetings and has said to have made £50,000! What started out as a joke to make people laugh during lockdown, has now become an innovative...

Digital transformation: 5 mistakes to avoid in 2021

The Enterprises Project discuss how organizations must recognize that the world has changed, understand the implications of these changes and identify opportunities to build resilience, fuel growth, & innovate.

13 Ways To Embrace Innovative Processes

Thirteen members of Forbes Business Council share some insight into how entrepreneurs can avoid getting attached to old business processes and embrace innovation instead, so as to offer their business a leg-up.

Innovation Results in a Higher Stock Market Evaluation

In this article from Sifted they reveal the research that shows that companies that diversify revenue streams are rewarded with higher stock market valuations and quickly.

American Airlines Pivot to Recover Pandemic Loss

American Airlines are still operating a fraction of the number of flights they offered pre-pandemic. So now they’re hoping to sell and ship its excess wine directly people’s homes to recover lost revenue.

4 Corporate Innovation Trends Set to Disrupt the Business Landscape in 2021

The enormous pressure of the pandemic has caused irrevocable change, forcing organizations to adapt and innovate to survive. With this in mind, we’ve researched and identified the top 4 corporate innovation trends that are set to disrupt the business landscape in 2021 and help you to drive success.

Start-Up Tackles Plastic Pollution

Today’s innovation inspiration brings us some good news for the planet! British start-up Polymateria is making huge advances in science and giving nature a helping hand to deal with plastic pollution. The company is developing something called ‘biotransformation’ a new concept in biodegradable and compostable plastics, that leaves behind zero microplastics with no environmental harm in the process! 

The Corporate Innovation Paradox: Red pill or blue pill?

Forbes show how to navigate the two worlds in corporate life; operational effectiveness and innovation, alongside the paradoxes within innovation that you can use to your advantage.

What a Crisis Teaches Us About Innovation

MIT Sloan explain why it’s easier to develop new ideas & drive change during an emergency, & how understanding this can help leaders innovate even in the absence of a crisis.

Every Company Needs an Entrepreneur in the C-Suite

In this article HBR shares how boards and company leaders must structure organizational roles to give innovative efforts the resources and attention they need.

BP & Shell Back Innovation Accelerator

Sifted share how BP & Shell are setting up an innovation accelerator to help sustainability start-ups. The aim is to help them hone & scale their solutions through funding and guidance.

Top 3 Alternative Assets for your Business Innovation Strategy

With every enterprise innovation initiative, the most obvious and commonly prioritized assets are ideas. These are the backbone of innovation and can deliver amazing value, however they are ultimately only one aspect. We share the additional ‘innovation assets’ that many companies are yet to include in their business innovation strategy.

Girls’ satellites soar to the stars

This week’s innovation inspiration comes from Kazakhstan’s nanosatellite initiative propels girls to the forefront of science and technology. Unicef Innovation have helped dynamic young women and girls from across Kazakhstan, design and build cutting-edge nanosatellites. The satellites will take high-resolution images of earth and the stars! Let’s hear it for the girls!

A Digital Transformation Guide to Change Business Fortune

Mobile App Daily have set about debunking the myths around Digital Transformation sharing how you can go about building your strategy and have defined the approaches and value.

Working from Home: Productivity Up, Innovation Down

This article discusses how innovation is taking a backseat to productivity in the remote era. Forbes explore how to gather the critical elements to foster digital innovation.

Is White-Collar Gig Economy the Secret to Faster Innovation?

Sifted share how tapping into a marketplace of professional skills, corporates could go from running 3-4 experiments to running 40. Here they explore the secrets to this faster innovation.

How Apple Is Organized for Innovation

HBR discuss why Apple don’t have a conventional structure for an organization their size, and how this has provided many innovation benefits. It’s all about experts leading experts.

Ideating at Enexis – Driving Operational Innovation in Dutch Energy Sector

In this interview with Enexis, one of the Netherland’s largest energy suppliers, they share how they have overcome innovation stagnation and how they have managed to engage their workforce in the fight against this issue. This has resulted in millions of Euros in cost savings and improved company wide safety. Check out the full interview to discover the strategy behind...

Anonymous Innovation Inspiration

This week’s innovation inspiration comes from an unknown farmer’s wife, Susan McCord. She carried the same character traits of some of the most famous innovators including curiosity, tendencies towards problem solving, and tenacity. She applied these to her everyday life on a farm and created extraordinary quilt patterns and is today known as a quilt making genius. By adopting these...

How six companies are using technology and data to transform themselves

In this study from Mckinsey & Co, they talk to six companies including Goldman Sachs and Levi Strauss on winning the digital transformation battle, and share the key to their success.

To Foster Innovation, Cultivate a Culture of Intellectual Bravery

In this article from Harvard Business Review, find out how leaders can promote intellectual bravery and bring about the qualities required for innovation – boldness and creativity.

From innovative to invincible: how successful companies blend startup spirit with corporate management

New book ‘The Invincible Company’ by consultancy Strategyzer, which shares descriptions of successful business models and lessons  for cultural transformation in business. Find out more in this article from Your Story

Digital transformation: 5 proven ways to get skeptics on board

Throughout this year, industries have had to completely change how they do business. To foster buy-in for large scale digital transformation, consider these techniques in this article from The Enterprises Project.

What’s Your Recommended Innovation Read?

Join our new weekly feature on social where we’ll be asking the Qmarkets’ community a ‘question of the week’. We want to hear from you, the innovation leaders, practitioners, and tinkerers that follow us…

The Role of Innovation in New Product Development: Three Approaches for Success

In this Qmarkets’ blog we share three approaches that can make the Fuzzy Front End innovation stage of the New Product Development process more efficient and cost effective. We also dive in to how top brands such as Apple, Dyson, and Lego have adopted these approaches to become leaders in their fields.

Are You Really Innovating Around Your Customers’ Needs?

Companies usually believe they are customer-centric yet just tend to enhance their offerings. In this article from HBR they describe three ways companies can come up with truly customer centric innovative ideas.

The committed innovator: An interview with Kellogg’s Nigel Hughes

Nigel Hughes, the head of R&D at Kellogg company  shares his insight with McKinsey on how to capture opportunity and why recapturing the energy of a start-up is key to innovation in the CPG industry.

Why Big Companies Can’t Scale Up Innovation

Large companies now  innovate but often the results aren’t always as good as they could be, and innovation projects tend to lose momentum. In this article from Sifted, Capgemini share the three key reasons why this could be.

Building a Faster, Smarter, Safer Digital Transformation

COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has forced companies to fast-track digital transformation to support the dramatic shift in the way we work. CIO share the three critical capabilities IT needs to develop to accelerate DX initiatives.

The Ultimate Guide to Help Large Organizations Manage Open Innovation

In this handbook we’ve gathered all our expert knowledge to break down open innovation for you. We’ve defined the various methodologies, specified a range of open innovation partners you can target, and illustrated the Top 5 Best Practices to help you implement this growth driving strategy.

IT Evangelist and Digital Creator at 81

Meet our new innovation inspiration, Masako Wakamiya from Kanagawa Japan! Three years ago she noticed the lack of fun game apps for senior citizens and created her own, inspired by a traditional Japanese doll festival, at the age of 81. Watch this video to see how she has become IT evangelist and digital creator, who now empowers other senior citizens...

3 Ways to De-Risk Corporate-Startup Innovation Like Volvo and Samsung.

Corporations are under extra pressure to innovate with tighter budgets. Opportunities today may be gone in 30 days. Sifted discusses how to make corporate innovation efforts less risky, faster and more cost-effective.

How Agile Transformation is Different From Digital Transformation

Customer Think explains how it is necessary for every organization to undergo business transformation to compete effectively but to adopt the right approach, find out the difference between digital and agile transformation.

Killing Innovation in the Pharma Industry

Why do big pharma incumbents buy startups? LBS research finds major players may be acquiring targets simply to shut down potentially threatening and competitive projects, and pre-empt future competition.

How Innovation Is Helping Fight Global Hunger

Innovators are joining forces to alleviate suffering caused by hunger in ingenious and unexpected ways. From utilizing iris scanning technology to pay for food, to engineering low-tech hydroponics kits, Forbes explores more.

Self-Disrupting to Drive Transformation at Philip Morris International

In this insight-packed case study discover how innovation at Philip Morris International led the American transnational cigarette and tobacco manufacturing company to recognize the critical importance of adopting a more customer-oriented strategy, supported by Nova – PMI’s idea management platform powered by Qmarkets’ technology.

Rügenwalder Mühle Sees 50% Increase in Meat-Free Sales

We’re taking innovation inspiration from German meat producers Rügenwalder Mühle, who have innovated their products to meet the needs of the growing market of customers who are looking for sustainable and ethical food. The 186 year old company started to create the veggie and vegan options in 2014, and are now more profitable from these products than their traditional meat...

Is the CFO now Digital Transformation’s Biggest Ally?

According to research CEOs now depend heavily on both the CIO and CFO to effectively drive digital transformation. As technology evolves at an ever growing pace, so must the C-Suite to keep up with digital transformation.

What Really Prevents Companies From Thriving in a Pandemic

Harvard Business Review explores how readiness to respond to crisis can be essential in thriving throughout a pandemic, and discusses why this isn’t always so easy.

4 Ways to Design Employee Experience in the Remote Era

Firms in the top 25% for employee experience are more agile, have higher customer satisfaction rates, and are more profitable. MIT shares 4 ways you can implement good EE.

How one community improved COVID-19 nursing home care with collaboration and communication

Read about a team who has developed a collaborative care model for nursing homes in their community. Bringing together hospitals, physician groups, community agencies and health departments to figure out how they can work collectively to improve outcomes for care home residents during the pandemic.

The Inventor of the Pixel – Russell Kirsch

Read the incredible story of Russell Kirsch, who recently died at the age of 91. Kirsch was a computer scientist who worked with the first programmable computer in the US. In 1957 he started experimenting with digital images and through his experiments created the world’s first digital photo – and with this, he invented the pixel!

Growing Strong: How A Dedicated Continuous Improvement Process Can Nurture Corporate Innovation

In this article we explore why using dedicated tools for your continuous improvement strategies can benefit your innovation ecosystem by creating tailored workflows that can be automated and more efficiently implemented, all whilst supporting your bigger innovation strategies.

Gearing up for Radical Post-Covid Innovation

Throughout the pandemic innovation has never been so important and called for breakthrough thinking. But what changes will be sustained? Marketing Week explores what the post-covid world will look like.

Is a ‘Hesitancy Gap’ Stalling Digital Transformation ?

A new report suggests that digital transformation projects are falling onto the back burner due to a ‘hesitancy gap’, but as the pandemic has forced companies to adapt quickly, businesses need to embrace change.

IT Giants Intel Launch Ideation Platform

Intel Business Innovation Team has launched Qmarkets’ idea management platform to collect innovative ideas and solutions from employees of specific internal business units.

Changing How We Think About Change…

Innovation is not in itself a strategy but the mechanism for achieving change. A major challenge is knowing when to stay the course and when to change direction.

Civic Engagement in the age of COVID-19, BLM & Economic Recovery

Global lockdowns, Black Lives Matter protests, and economic downturn have given communities and public sector institutions much to dwell on. In this blog we explore how digital civic engagement is crucial in finding solutions to the critical challenges that 2020 has presented so far, by helping tap in to the wealth of knowledge that constituents hold.

The Inspirational Story of the Inventor of the Super Soaker!

Watch the inspirational story of Lonnie Johnson – the inventor of the super soaker. Whilst the toy may have raked $1 billion, that’s not Johnson’s only achievement. He has worked for the Air Force Weapons Lab and NASA to name a few, but today he wants to encourage black children to get into engineering and technology and says that ‘determination...

Idea Management Comes of Age in the Corona Conscious World

Qmarkets’ speak to Raconteur on why idea management is booming, as businesses look for new ways to engage employees, and for new business opportunities

Ericsson Shares How to Grow your Hackathon Culture

The success of Ericsson’s early hackathons, relied on the company having a healthy desire to try new things. Start from the beginning and see how the company took their hackathons global.

Coca-Cola to Streamline its Innovation Process

Coca-Cola are to focus on ‘fewer, but bigger and stronger’ products. The plan is to fine tune their most disruptive brands, to get back on the right level of investment and drive top line growth.

The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies

Discover the world’s most innovative countries, ranked by financial performance, industry disruption, and how they are viewed by their peers. How does your company compare?

The Innovative ‘Green Shoots’ Emerging from COVID-19 Crisis

Finally, some positive news! All over the world, companies are facing the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic with an unparalleled wave of innovation. The crisis has revealed groundbreaking new ways to manage decentralized work, adapt supply chains, and leverage cutting-edge technologies. This inspiring PYNTS article highlights some of the major innovation opportunities brought to the fore by the crisis.

How Scientists are Crowdsourcing a Coronavirus Treatment

Although there’s currently no cure for COVID-19, scientists are rapidly working on drugs that could help drastically slow its spread. Better still, thanks to crowdsourcing initiatives, everyday citizens have the opportunity to get involved in the process and join medical researchers in their fight against this invisible enemy. Find out more in this article from ‘The Fast Company’.

A Deep Dive Into Remote Work For Our Future Of Work

This insightful Forbes article explores how the COVID-19 pandemic will indelibly change the nature of corporate operations throughout the world, as well as highlight the innumerable benefits of working from home. The shift will also present innumerable opportunities for online innovation collaboration. 

Activating Business Continuity Planning Strategies Globally

In this article from Thrive Global, the Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs David Solomon weighs in on how companies support one another and strengthen contingency efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Why Digital Transformation Doesn’t Stop with Technology

In this article, Oracle’s VP of innovation offers key insights on the company’s holistic approach to digital transformation, corporate innovation, and data management.

How Apple & Other Companies Sustain Competitive Innovation

This ITB article explores 5 field-proven ways you can nurture creativity at your enterprise to drive innovation and achieve disruption on the corporate landscape.

Why Coronavirus Will Stimulate Innovation

The COVID-19 pandemic is set to cause an unprecedented wave of innovation, designed for a new way of living and work. Find out how this will impact your business in this Forbes article.

8 Steps for Designing a Coronavirus Crisis Management Plan

Discover powerful strategies that can help safeguard your business during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic in this insight-packed article from Compliance Week.

Fighting the Climate Crisis with Innovation

Businesses large and small are racing to come up with solutions to lower emissions and slow planetary warming. The recent ChangeNOW conference in Paris showcased how companies around the world are tackling the threat of global warming with cutting-edge sustainable innovation projects – from solar-powered ships, to machines that recycle clothing, to bricks made out of fish scales. Find out...

Turning Air Pollution to Art in Ikea’s Indian Innovation Lab

All global, hard-charging companies have secret innovation labs employing thousands of people to research and develop the next breakthrough product. Ikea’s “future-living” lab Space10 in Delhi is running a sustainable innovation project, designed to transform rice straw  – normally burned as leftover waste from the paddy fields – into artistic homeware products for IKEA’s Förändring collection. Find out more in...

5 Ways to Optimize a Hackathon

Running hackathons is a great way to break down silos, foster collaboration around key innovation projects, and improve employee engagement. This insightful blog from TechRepublic covers 5 powerful ways you can optimize your hackathon strategy to unlock more lucrative ideas.

Innovate or Die: What to do as Every Company Becomes a Tech Company

The 2020s are a tough time to be a business leader. Not only do you have to worry about keeping the business running, you also need to ensure you understand how a suite of new technologies will utterly reshape the business landscape. In this CEOworld Magazine article, acclaimed author and business strategist Steve Brown discusses how companies can leverage new...

5 Corporate Innovation Tools and Tactics: How to Choose the Best Option for Your Company

Want to gather groundbreaking ideas that will fuel innovation at your company? We understand it can be difficult to know which approach will work best. That’s why in our latest blog – from our VP of Marketing Eran Tsur – we explore five tools and techniques you can use, regardless of what stage of the innovation journey your enterprise is...

Is Open Innovation Key for the Future of Connected Vehicles?

Software has eclipsed hardware as the main performance driver in today’s car industry. To fuel cutting-edge software development, and achieve greater vehicle connectivity, major auto brands are harnessing the power of open innovation. Find out more in this TechHQ article.

Is Your Innovation Process a Corporate Illusion?

Despite their visual and PR appeal, many innovation labs have generated poor results and low investment returns. As such, some companies have started to question their real value. This INSEAD knowledge article covers six common blind spots that severely constrain the performance of innovation labs, as well as how they can be overcome.

Why Large And Powerful Companies Embrace Open Innovation

Even the largest, most well-established companies tend to appreciate the enormous potential of open innovation. The approach is ideal for ensuring new products and services are truly customer centric. It also offers a way to capture creative and potentially market-disrupting ideas. This Forbes article takes a closer look at why major companies favour open innovation strategies.

A New Model for Crowdsourcing Innovation

Although crowdsourcing can be an effective way to gather groundbreaking ideas, often times logistical difficulties, internal politics, and other impediments prevent these ideas from being brought to life. This Harvard Business Review article explores how major organizations like the Red Cross  are adopting a new crowdsourcing model to amplify innovation ROI.

Innovate, Adapt, Overcome: How to Beat a Recession with Idea Management & Continuous Improvement

In this volatile economic climate, a global recession is an ever-present danger. If your current innovation strategy isn’t propelling your business in stable market conditions, it likely won’t keep you afloat during a financial crisis. But don’t panic! In our latest blog, we provide 5 powerful strategies that will help your business generate major ROI during trying times, and emerge...

5 Lessons George Lucas Taught Us About Innovation

“Do or do not, there is no try,” is a forceful motto that any innovator should adopt. However, the innovation lessons that can be gleaned from George Lucas – the creative genius behind the Star Wars saga – extend far, far beyond the silver screen. This InformationWeek article provides a rundown of 5 winning approaches embodied by Lucas that you...

The Coolest Sustainability Innovations of 2019

From using cockroach farming to reduce food waste, to planning the world’s first 3D-printed neighbourhood, 2019 saw the development of some truly unique and creative innovation endeavors designed to promote sustainability. This Eco-Business blog highlights 19 of the most outstanding examples of environmental innovation projects that emerged worldwide last year.

New head of Airbus BizLab: “We need to take better bets”

Discover how multinational aerospace corporation Airbus is taking innovation to new heights with their BizLab accelerator programme. Since being founded in 2015, the BizLab  has nurtured more than 72 external startups and 54 internal projects – which have raised a collective €23.5m. However, Christian Lindener – New head of Airbus BizLab – is currently looking to take the company’s innovation...

How and Why to Keep Innovation Management on Track

According to Gartner, 85% of growth stalls stem from factors that are avoidable — including a breakdown in innovation management. These breakdowns are often caused by lack of funding, slow product development, and even excessive innovation. This article from Gartner details four powerful tactics you can deploy to help safeguard your enterprise from innovation management stalls, and maximise your ROI...

When Individuals Are More Innovative Than Teams

Although teams tend to outperform individuals when it comes to creating impactful innovations, there are circumstances when lone inventors can give an enterprise a critical creative edge. This Harvard Business Review article explores how ‘modular’ innovation, complemented by expert knowledge, can help an enterprise break new ground.

Digital Transformation: 9 ROI Factors When Upgrading Legacy Systems

Many companies put off modernization efforts due to the complexity and cost involved. However, the ROI that can be gained from digital transformation – as well as the competitive edge it can afford – should not be overlooked. This blog from The Enterprisers Project explores 9 ROI factors companies should take into account, as well as strategies for managing digital...

How open innovation can help make smart cities a reality

To create sustainable smart cities that meet the needs of the populace with cutting-edge technology, governments will need to look beyond think tanks and laboratories. By leveraging open innovation campaigns, governments can gain unique insights from non-traditional partners. Find out more in this SmartCitiesWorld article. You can also check out Qmarkets’ smart city innovation page here:

10 Consumer Trends That Will Spark Innovation In 2020

The current pace of new technology adoption has never been higher, and consumer behaviors are changing just as rapidly. In order to remain competitive, companies will need to adapt their innovation strategies to incorporate new capabilities that meet customer needs. To help you anticipate approaching challenges, this Forbes article lists 10 major consumer trends set to shape the innovation landscape in...

2020 Vision Webinar: Innovation Best Practices for the New Year & Beyond

Are you desperate to boost innovation at your company, but not sure where to start? This quick-hitting webinar course will prepare you to get the most out of your corporate innovation efforts – from developing your initial strategy, to bringing new ideas to life. It will also prepare you to deliver ongoing, repeatable value for your company. Register Now!

How Salesforce, Google, others use tech as a ‘force multiplier’ in sustainability innovation

Want to discover how some of the world’s leading tech companies – including Google and Salesforce – are tackling tpressing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) challenges with pioneering innovation? Be sure to check out this insightful GreenBiz article.

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