In this short video, Innovation and Technology Strategist Dr. Evans Baiya talks about the internal and external factors that go into decision making as well as the facets that affect the quality of our decisions.
By Dr. Evans Baiya, Innovation Enterprise, September 2017
You have an idea to solve a problem or opportunity, whether it be a new process for your department or even a new business idea. So how do you figure out if your idea will actually work and if it’s sustainable? People often come up with ideas that could be significant, but they struggle with quantifying them to determine if they can be viable products, improvements, services or businesses with true value. Read More
Dr. Evans Baiya is a technology and innovation strategist who has spent nearly two decades pioneering change for his clients. He is an entertaining speaker, full of stories and practical examples. Evans believes that everyone is an innovator. He speaks on the importance of innovation and futuristic thinking for every organization, and his dynamic presentation style leaves companies inspired and ready to discover their next big idea.
In this video, “The Innovator’s Advantage” authors Ron Price and Dr. Evans Baiya, and Executive Coach Courtney Feider talk about the link between Innovation and Creativity. They give tips to stop creative prohibition and discuss the beginnings of “The Innovator’s Advantage”.
In this short video, Innovation and Technology Strategist Dr. Evans Baiya outlines ways to better your expertise in Conceptual Thinking and explains why it is important to surround yourself with conceptual thinkers.
In this short video, Innovation and Technology Strategist Dr. Evans Baiya talks about Continuous Learning. He divides this leadership skill into two dimensions and explains the importance of each. He also talks about the benefits of teaching your team what you are learning.
We are joined today by Ron Price and Dr. Evans Baiya, co-authors of The Innovator’s Advantage: Revealing the Hidden Connection Between People and Process. They dive into why they wrote the book, why you must have the right people in each stage of innovation in order to succeed, and why everyone is an innovator. They also introduce us to the three Ps of innovation: purpose, process and people. theinnovatorsadvantage.com
Most innovations fail for one reason: people. Understanding people is the most critical, yet often overlooked, element of successful innovation. Most companies focus instead on the process, and this is where they fall short.
Many books have been written on the topic of innovation, but few (if any) have addressed how to successfully engage people throughout the process.
Today we have a conversation with Dr. Evans Baiya and Ron Price, the authors of The Innovator’s Advantage. They talk about the six stages needed for innovation, the statistics and the why of innovation failure, and how they combined their backgrounds in engineering, innovation, talent development and leadership to identify the role of people in the process.
An interview with Dr. Evans Baiya
Dr. Evans Baiya is a busy man. As the CTO for three companies, a technology and innovation consultant, and a global traveler, Evans has a constant stream of ideas and innovation flowing through his brain. But he wouldn’t have it any other way.
“I have always worked on more than one thing at any given time,” he says. “In fact, I do not remember ever concentrating on one thing at a time.” Read More