Innovation Insight: How to Prepare for M2M and IoT
Finalising a very interesting and fruitful 2016, we ended the year exploring future technologies and innovations that leaders need to be addressing, both in the short and long term. This month, we invited thought leader Professor Mischa Dohler, King’s College London, to share his thoughts on the innovation forecast of 2017 and beyond.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Fri 16 Dec
Bridge the gap between search and selection in crowdsourcing
Welcome to the latest in a new series of brief interviews with guest experts from KnowledgeBrief’s Innovation Programmes, providing a window into the experts’ latest ideas and new advice for executives.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Thu 24 Nov
Innovation Insight - How to Crowdsource Innovation: Leverage the Wisdom of Crowds
Do all crowds have wisdom? Yes, according to guest expert Dr. Matthew Mount from Leeds Business School. This month, KnowledgeBrief clients explored how to bolster their internal innovation capacity with crowdsourcing, and the managerial challenges that need addressing when unlocking the wisdom of crowds.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Wed 23 Nov
Can haters be useful? The power of being divisive
Welcome to the latest in a new series of brief interviews with guest experts from KnowledgeBrief’s Innovation Programmes, providing a window into the experts’ latest ideas and new advice for executives.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Wed 26 Oct
Innovation Insight: How a Bad Reputation Can Foster a Stronger Corporate Culture
At this month’s Innovation Day, Dr. Thomas Roulet, King’s College London, shared his recent research about the most hated companies and what we can learn from how these companies survive a bad reputation and build a stronger organisational identity.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Wed 19 Oct
Celebrate the little c rather than the big C
Welcome to the third in a new series of brief interviews with guest experts from KnowledgeBrief’s Innovation Programmes, providing a window into the experts’ latest ideas and new advice for executives.Read More »
Posted by: Jeanne Meinholt
Senior Researcher on Mon 26 Sep
Innovation Insight: How to Use Creative Techniques in Agile Design for Better Business Processes
At September’s Innovation Day, KnowledgeBrief clients were joined by Professor Neil Maiden, Cass Business School, to hear his latest research on agile processes and how to inject creativity techniques into them.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Tue 20 Sep
Innovation Programme Evolution - Introducing: Edge and Engine
Our Innovation programmes help organisations to excel by applying the latest management and leadership ideas. Continuously upgrading the design of the programmes has been vital to their continued success. This year’s upgrade introduces two new concepts: Innovation Edge and Engine. Read More »
Posted by: Matthew Wolstenholme
Director on Tue 13 Sep
Harness Fear and Anxiety for Better Strategy
Welcome to the second in a new series of brief interviews with guest experts from KnowledgeBrief’s Innovation Programmes, providing a window into the experts’ latest ideas and new advice for executives.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Thu 25 Aug
Today’s Innovation Priorities
At August’s Innovation Day, KnowledgeBrief clients discussed the latest ideas in the world of management innovation and identified three priorities for action right now. Here’s a summary.Read More »
Posted by: Jeanne Meinholt
Senior Researcher on Wed 24 Aug
Innovation Insight: How to Use Behavioural Strategy for Better Strategic Decisions
At this month’s Innovation Day, KnowledgeBrief clients were joined by Dr. Claudia Nagel, Hull University Business School, to explore integrating unconscious and emotional aspects into decision making, to achieve not only better decisions but also a better implementation of the strategy developed.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Wed 17 Aug
Release the Creative Potential of All Your People, in Seven Steps
Welcome to the first in a new series of brief interviews with expert guests from our Innovation Programmes. Summarising some of the key learning points for executives, we cover the central issues at stake, the advice emerging and insights from the latest research. This month, we discuss innovating from the bottom-up with Professor Helen Shipton, Nottingham Business School.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Thu 28 Jul
Innovation Insight: How to Innovate from the Bottom-Up
KnowledgeBrief clients were joined this month by Professor Helen Shipton, Nottingham Business School, to develop an action plan for success, in fostering creativity and innovation from the bottom-up.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Tue 19 Jul
Innovation Insight: The Superpower of Persuasion
At this month’s Leaders’ Forum, KnowledgeBrief clients were joined by Dr James Garvey, from the Royal Institute of Philosophy, to explore the hidden story of persuasion and those in the business of changing our minds.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Tue 21 Jun
New Techniques for Better Management
KnowledgeBrief has recently added new techniques available to KnowledgeBrief clients, which join a library of MBA-level and Chartered Management Institute approved content, providing practical case evidence, success factors and implementation advice in a unique format designed for leading executives.Read More »
Posted by: Jeanne Meinholt
Senior Researcher on Tue 24 May
Innovation Insight: How to Use Networks for a Better Innovation Strategy
It is well-known that collaboration is a key driver of creativity and innovation. But what sort of collaboration is optimal? KnowledgeBrief clients were joined this month by Professor Bruce Cronin, Greenwich Business School, to explore the strategic role of networks in innovation.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Tue 17 May
Stand-out Priority for Action by Leading Executives: Getting Social Networking Right
At KnowledgeBrief Innovation Days, clients – leading executives from every industry and all disciplines – produce a collective expert view on the most pressing ideas for action right now. This month, KnowledgeBrief clients focused on social networks, including the use of social media.Read More »
Posted by: Jeanne Meinholt
Senior Researcher on Tue 26 Apr
Innovation Insight: How to Deliver Excellent Customer Experience
KnowledgeBrief clients were joined at this month’s Innovation Day by Professor John Murphy, Manchester Business School, to provide new thinking and practical application on the aspects of customer management.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Wed 20 Apr
Innovation Insight: How to Build Resilience Against Cybercrime
At this month’s Innovation Day, KnowledgeBrief clients were joined by Dr Peter Trim, Birkbeck University of London, to highlight the risks and challenges of cyber security, and provide guidance on what can be done to counteract the growing threat posed by cybercrime.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Tue 22 Mar
Stand-out Priority for Action by Leading Executives: The Increasing Threat of Cybercrime
At KnowledgeBrief Innovation Days, clients – leading executives from every industry and all disciplines – produce a collective expert view on the most pressing ideas for action right now. This month, KnowledgeBrief clients focused on cybercrime.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Tue 23 Feb
Innovation Insight: How to Make Radical Innovation Happen
Today, innovation is seen as the key way to achieve growth. Professor Keith Goffin, Cranfield School of Management, joined clients at this month’s Innovation Day to share his research on how companies can move from developing incremental innovation to achieving radical capability.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Wed 17 Feb
Innovation Insight: How to Manage Innovation Governance
This month’s Innovation Day looked at how a sophisticated governance framework can help improve the productivity of the innovation process while enabling managers to better identify the balance between creativity and control.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Wed 27 Jan
Innovation Insight: The Next Big Thing
KnowledgeBrief clients were joined this month by futurist Christopher Barnatt, to explore why leaders need to start turning their attention to future technological revolutions.Read More »
Posted by: Katherine Raleigh
Programme Manager on Tue 15 Dec
Shift now – are you ready for the change?
The world is continually shifting and at a rapid pace, putting pressure on leaders to see the broader national and global forces that can alter organisations into the future. Organisations today perceive themselves as less and less stable, and more as a work in progress undergoing continuous change. Recently added management techniques consider different perspectives on change. These techniques join a library of MBA-level and Chartered Management Institute (CMI) approved content providing practical case evidence, success factors and implementation advice for leading executives. Read More »
Posted by: Sarah Griffin
Content and Experience Manager on Tue 24 Nov
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