Driving innovation from within

A wide range of companies are talking about innovation as a broader organisational process, and there are three key reasons why this is a good thing, writes Phil Preston.

I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Hargraves Institute’s annual conference last week. It provides a range of its member companies with an opportunity to show off their recent innovation, leadership and transformation initiatives.

It is a private event, so I can’t document the specific examples on show. What struck me as interesting though was the emergence of a clear and common theme: leading companies are increasingly driving innovation from within.

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