Busting the following myths-
MYTH 1: Innovation occurs in a dramatic thunderclap of insight.
MYTH 2: Innovation occurs organically; it does not adhere to a process that can be taught or followed.
MYTH 3: Innovation is the bastion of Silicon Valley gurus working in R&D labs.
Myth 4: Speed is of the essence! The most successful innovators create solutions and get them into the market quickly.
Myth 5: Customer research can cloud the issue: follow your dreams—go with your gut!
The impact of technology is almost always overestimated in the short-term and under-estimated in the long-term. Talent expects leaders to have the right mindset: one that is open, focused on people, and constantly embraces the advantages of technology.
A coaching culture can create transformational results for your business, your managers, and your teams. It can be your super-power, your success accelerator, your organisation’s very own magic wand.
MYTH 1: It is all about moonshots and disruption nowadays.
MYTH 2: Inventors drive the business forward.
MYTH 3: It takes a special ‘innovation team’ to succeed.
MYTH 4: To be successful, your key investments should be in technology and new products.
MYTH 5: Innovation either happens or it doesn’t. It can’t be orchestrated.
MYTH 1: Performance measurement is easy to understand.
MYTH 2: Performance measurement is easy to develop and implement.
MYTH 3: The best practices of governance, business planning, and performance measurement are well understood and practised in many organisations.
MYTH 4: A supportive organisation climate is not essential for a productive organisation.
MYTH 5: Major crown projects in the public sector can never succeed.
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