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It’s time once again for Spigit’s weekly roundup of innovation links, where we feature a carefully curated selection of our favorite content on innovation, crowdsourcing, and more from around the web.

Here are 10 new discoveries from this week.

1. Making Agility Compatible for You

Who it’s from: Paul Hobcraft

The skinny: Paul Hobcraft, leading innovation expert, discusses how companies can balance the need for stability with more agile, dynamic capabilities. He offers some initial suggestions for established businesses looking to ‘adapt to agile’. Read more »

2. Inspire Innovation with Our Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide

Who it’s from: Spigit

The skinny: You’re going to love Spigit’s 2015 Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide, with a handpicked selection of gifts ranging from books to events to fun goods. Let this guide help you inspire innovation in your organization. Read more »

3. Six factors that can spark innovation

Who it’s from: Harvard Business Review

The skinny: This article by Harvard Business looks at the key attributes that contribute to innovation within teams. Read more »

4. Advanced Innovation Centre: Social innovation can solve business challenges

Who it’s from: World Finance

The skinny: Alfredo Zolezzi, Chief Innovation Officer for the Advanced Innovation Centre discusses social innovation and how business can continue to grow profits in the future. Read more »

5. How Crowdsourcing Delivers Supply Chain Innovation

Who it’s from: Patrick Stroh

The skinny: Have you asked your suppliers for ideas on how to innovate and drive greater value for your customers? Patrick looks at how to collaborate with suppliers to evaluate and test innovate ideas. Read more »

6. Why Real Innovation Will Not Come From Within Your Own Industry

Who it’s from: Peter Hinssen

The skinny: Peter Hinssen interviews Brett King, a technology futurist and a real authority on innovation, about his views on disruption, the shrinking workforce, corporate culture, start-ups, transparency and the skills companies need to stay relevant. Read more »

7. The Mother Of All Innovation Challenges

Who it’s from: Marshall Phelps

The skinny: Recently the Supreme Court issued a decision to limit the kinds of software and business methods that can be patented. This has impacted not only patent enforcement but also American innovation itself. Marshall looks at three strategies you can deploy to develop high-value innovations from your R&D. Read more »

8. Knowing You, Knowing Me: Innovation as Transparency

Who it’s from: Doug Collins

The skinny: In this article, innovation architect Doug Collins reflects on what he heard and learned at the Chief Innovation Officer Summit in New York this month. In short: do not underestimate the value of transparency that the practice brings. Read more »

9. What the Research Tells Us About Team Creativity and Innovation

Who it’s from: Roger Schwarz

The skinny: We know how some factors affect creativity and innovation, but we’re only just beginning to understand some of the more complex relationships. Roger highlights these in this article. Read more »

10. How to Set up Your Organization to Execute Faster With Crowdsourcing

Who it’s from: Michael Morris

The skinny: Michael Morris, General Manager of [topcoder] for Appirio, demonstrates just how powerful crowdsourcing can be for a company’s innovation efforts. Watch now »

Well, that does it for this week’s innovation links. We hope you have a fun and safe holiday season!

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