Operational excellence is not all you need focus on: Innovation is now part of your job. At the very least, you should be driving innovation on the wheels of IT. The current impetus to innovate comes from the need to cut costs, but you’re still expected to create competitive advantage. There’s probably never been a better time to conjure up some innovation yourself.
The following compendium offers examples and tips on how to pursue that prized goal of ingenious change.
There’s no shortage of creative ideas for making business more competitive. In this blog, CIO Executive Editor Elana Varon explores how to turn those ideas into reality.
The Next Wave Is Here
Fundamental shifts in technology will make it possible for businesses to realize IT’s promise of technology-enabled innovation, responsiveness and speed.
A Mandate to Innovate
Forced to cut costs while creating competitive advantage, CIOs, according to CIO Research, have placed their emphasis on innovation.
The Top 10 Drivers for Innovation
CIO Executive Council members offer their own ways of fostering an innovative culture.
Weigh In: Using Einstein’s Theory to Find Innovative Talent
The pool of candidates with startup experience is rich with entrepreneurial innovators. But how can a big company manager identify them?
Innovation Ships Out
The dire consequences of letting innovation go – elsewhere.