Blog category: Innovation Culture

Innovative Behaviour is Driven by Sense of Progress

We all Want to be like Google, Right? The story begins in 1998 and reaches its climax in 2008. Fortune magazine ranked it among the top 5 most admired companies in the US. There were accounts of three meals served per day […]

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Should Everyone be involved in Innovation?

Is it true that everybody should be involved in innovation projects? We’ve all heard the statement that “everybody is creative”, and you should “follow your passion” – but what if your passion is just to do your job? What if […]

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Gamified Innovation Management with Ideanote

“This is the Next Big Thing” A few months ago, I met an energetic young man, who showed me “the next big thing” in idea management software. Jesper Juel Jensen presented me for a beta version of Ideanote. Great enthusiasm, and of […]

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Use the European Innovation Management Standard as your Innovation Checklist

Is Innovation & Standardisation an Oxymoron? I used to be a lead quality auditor while I worked at Novozymes, and that taught me one great lesson: On this planet, there are roughly two kinds of people, when it comes to […]

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INNOCULTURE – The Board Game about Innovation Culture

Now You can Work with Innovation Culture based on Best Practices Many companies struggle to develop their innovation culture, and often their starting point is “We need an innovation culture”, or “How do we get an innovation culture”, or “We […]

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Innovation at Roskilde Festival 2015

This Saturday, I attended the Roskilde Festival with a Day Pass, earned because I facilitated a creative workshop for volunteers involved in the Dream City project. Dream City is sort of a Danish version of Burning Man. Anyways, we were […]

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