By Ron Price, td.org, June 2017
Innovation is a tough dart to land for many companies. Most organizations see the value of innovation, whether it be internal innovation that revamps processes and systems, or external innovation that creates a new product or service. They might even succeed in rallying teams around the idea of innovation and getting people excited about the possibilities, only to fall short before hitting the bullseye.
Because the reality is that most innovations fail. At some point in the innovation process—maybe ideation, planning, or even implementation—companies encounter obstacles that stop innovation in its tracks, and ultimately the idea is abandoned. Read more.