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Welcome to Spigit’s weekly link roundup, where we feature a carefully curated selection of our favorite links to great content on innovation, crowdsourcing, and more from around the web.
Here are 10 new discoveries from this week.
1. The Transformation From Tradition in Healthcare – From Volume to Value
Who it’s from: PR Web
The skinny: Learn about innovation disruption in the healthcare industry. Leaders will come together at the Chief Innovation Officer Summit to discuss strategies and obstacles when innovating in healthcare.
The skinny: Renowned business expert and author of ‘What’s the Future of Business (WTF)’, Brian Solis, explains the path to innovation, and how you can be disruptive in your industry.
The skinny: Steve Blank dishes the goods on how Sprocket developed their innovation pipeline and turned their innovation teams into an execution machine.
The skinny: Accenture examined 60 out of the Fortune 100’s most innovative companies. Check out their results and insights on the right model, governance, and process required to manage innovation risk.
The skinny: Innovation is a major buzzword these days, but it doesn’t happen overnight. Visualize these 6 steps to building an innovation culture.
The skinny: IBM empowers more than 430,000 employees around the globe to know more, do more, and deliver more value. Find out how you can extend these capabilities in your organization.
The skinny: Check out this collection of frugal principles companies should embed into their organization in order to do more with less.
The skinny: We live in a world where change is constant; it is vital for organization to stay on board with the ever-changing technologies to remain competitive. Rhett Power looks at 5 ways we may need to adapt.
The skinny: Check out Jan Spruijt’s unique and interesting 5-dimension model of to help you manage innovation in the midst of organizational change.
The skinny: Having difficulty with making innovation your top pirority? In this article, Glenn Ebersoles provides 20 tips to get you started.