How Innovation Intent Shapes Culture

Without the focus an innovation intent provides, people tend to think innovation belongs to someone else (such as Research and Development) and assume it isn’t part of their job.

The lack of a thoughtfully defined innovation intent also makes it difficult for leaders to create specific programs, processes, metrics, and rewards that shape values and behaviour, because specific expectations and measures of success usually aren’t clear beyond the call for “more ideas.”

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