Our new innovation report reveals the insights from our research with over 800 senior executives, combined with opinion formed through our work.
The report summarises what successful organisations – our ‘innovation leaders’ – are doing right and offers pragmatic and actionable insights for innovation success.
Last year, our innovation research concluded that the majority of organisations are struggling to get value from innovation. Instead of ‘innovation as usual’, we found ‘business as usual’.
Despite a year full of societal, business and technological changes that offer even greater opportunities for fresh innovation, this year’s research confirms the skill and will to innovate have not yet improved in most organisations.
Despite these very real challenges, we are optimistic. Through our work as a consulting, technology and innovation firm, and in our research, we have found successful ‘innovation leaders’ who are realising a substantial increase in revenue and growth as a direct result of their innovation activity.
In the course of our research we have found many organisations want to innovate but are faced with a number of barriers – people, culture, processes and organisational inertia. The good news is that organisations can break through these barriers, and tap into increased value and growth by learning from our innovation leaders.