As one of the leading social business platforms, Jive is the central data hub where your employees frequently meet online, collaborate, and share insights and knowledge – a true innovation hotspot. Use HYPE for Jive to get the most of these ideas and insights and run them through a best-practice-based innovation process with a focus on results, proven in hundreds of scenarios across industries sectors. HYPE for Jive gives you the opportunity to combine the best of both worlds: social business collaboration, guided by features dedicated to rigorous innovation management.
HYPE provides world-class software and services, which enable companies to manage innovation. From idea generation to concept development and project implementation - HYPE’s software covers the full spectrum of innovation management.
A few good ideas aren’t enough. We’d all love a company culture where sharing and collaborating around the topic of innovation was systemic, but how can we get there? What does the journey look like?
On this webinar, we’ll consider the route towards achieving high engagement and growing business value over time. No matter where you are on the road to establishing an enterprise innovation management program, it’s important to consider if you’re doing the right things to move to the step that follows.
Adapting to where you are today
Establishing core online innovation behaviors and
Understanding how to adapt to a complex organization
It’s been nearly twenty years since the publication ofThe Innovator’s Dilemma, the go-to book for the disruptive generation. The Economist named it as one of the six most important business books of all time. However, the term ‘disruptive innovation’ has been hijacked and used in all sorts of ways which certainly do not fit the original theory put out by Christensen. It’s worth looking again at what the theory actually entails, particularly for those that haven't read the original work; then look at some criticisms and whether the term 'disruptive innovation' should remain inherently linked to Christensen’s original idea.
An often neglected, but crucial group of stakeholders in enterprise innovation programs is the mid-level management. Middle managers have a direct influence on their teams and their approval is key to receive high participation rates. Also, they are typically driven by short-term targets, which doesn't leave much room for innovation if perceived as an additional task on the list.
In this webinar, Christoph Sohn will take a closer look at:
Understanding middle management’s role for a successful innovation program
Motivation of middle managers
Tactics to better integrate them into your process#
Did you know that the front end of innovation has become the easy part of corporate innovation? The real challenge is the execution part.
Did you know that many companies focus more on ideas than people when it comes to innovation? Ideas are important, but people make things happen and thus the right order of focus should be people first, processes next and then ideas.
If these questions make you think about the execution of innovation in your company’s innovation efforts, then you should join this webinar with Stefan Lindegaard – hosted by HYPE Innovation – in which you will get these insights:
the key insights corporate innovators miss on the execution of innovation
how corporate innovation teams can match the right people with the right ideas at the right time for better innovation (hint – the key is people pools) examples on how corporate innovation teams at successful companies deal with the execution of innovation
Our webinar is going to take place Wednesday next week. Reserve your free seat now!
An essential part of collaborative innovation is the discussion around ideas. Comments and insights, links, concerns, details, answers - they often help to discover an idea’s full potential - and its weaknesses. They help us to make better decisions when it comes to reviewing and selecting ideas. However, the mere existence of a commenting functionality alone won’t help to improve the quality of an idea. Learn in this webinar:
how to motivate users to join the discussion,
who should get involved, and
which triggers you can pull to improve the quality of an idea.