IDG Contributor Network: The 4 biggest cultural barriers to corporate innovation

If you’re a regular reader of my column, you’ll know that I write a lot about best practices in corporate innovation and associated strategic themes, techniques and approaches for establishing world-class programs.

While we can learn a lot from studying best practices, it’s also helpful – at least once in a while – to study what we might consider worst practices and what not to do as a way to avoid some of classic pitfalls for both aspiring and as well as already highly-successful innovators.

Here are four warning signs I believe are important for organizations to be aware of and to have a strategy to counter even if you consider your company to be a world-class innovator:

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If you’re a regular reader of my column, you’ll know that I write a lot about best practices in corporate innovation and associated strategic themes, techniques and approaches for establishing world-class programs.

While we can learn a lot from studying best practices, it’s also helpful – at least once in a while – to study what we might consider worst practices and what not to do as a way to avoid some of classic pitfalls for both aspiring and as well as already highly-successful innovators.

Here are four warning signs I believe are important for organizations to be aware of and to have a strategy to counter even if you consider your company to be a world-class innovator:

To read this article in full, please click here