Who killed innovation? … and what we can do about it


Sala
Sala Massimo
Sala Massimo

Orario

11:30


Relatori
Professor in Strategic Project Management at Lancaster University Management School

Abstract

IT Italiano

L'innovazione è essenziale per il successo a lungo termine e la sopravvivenza delle organizzazioni, ma...
cosa è successo alle nostre organizzazioni leader?
Chi ha smorzato la loro capacità di creare e innovare?
Chi sta uccidendo l'innovazione?
E, soprattutto, cosa possiamo fare?
Il Prof. Dalcher identificherà i potenziali colpevoli, proietterà uno sguardo “forense” sull'innovazione e sui suoi nemici, esplorerà alcune intuizioni del design, dell'innovazione, e dei contesti di gestione del cambiamento, e infine proporrà una serie di nuovi approcci e prospettive per sviluppare e realizzare innovazione in modo prolungato e duraturo.

IT English

The session will aim to address an enduring mystery related to the widely reported demise of innovation.
Innovation is essential to the long-term success and survival of organisations, many of which were originally built around talented individuals, unique inventions, novel business models and creative new competences, capabilities and skills.
However, becoming more efficient at what got us here offers a poor guarantee for future success, especially in fast changing business environments.
New technologies, markets, consumers and wide spanning networks require greater adaptability, flexibility, agility and new ways of operating and thriving in increasingly uncertain contexts. Yet, as we pursue greater innovative powers to refresh and reinvigorate our delivery and management approaches, the very same organisations, that were at the forefront of innovation appear less capable of continuous innovation.
What has happened to our leading organisations? Who has damped their ability to create and innovate? Who is killing innovation? And ultimately and more crucially, what can we do about it? This presentation will identify the potential culprits, take a forensic look at innovation and its enemies, explore insights from design, innovation and change management thinking, and finally propose a number of new approaches and perspectives for nurturing and delivering sustained and enduring innovation.

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