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Innovation in an organisation is not so much an activity; it’s more of a journey. However, you don’t get to the journey’s end of innovation, as by its very nature, it continuously creates new horizons and new peaks to reach.

When you are on a journey, however, you want to know where you are and where you are going. It’s the same with the expedition of any innovation program. It is difficult to know how you are doing and make comparisons, because most innovation programs are new and different, and additionally, there is usually only one innovation program in an organisation.

How can you tell if you are making headway in your innovation journey, or just heading very fast down a dead-end alley? How can you tell what you are doing well, and what needs to improve?

For full post: HARVEY WADE @ MindJet Blog