As if innovation teams weren’t under enough pressure without the added risk of miscommunicating with each other and stakeholders. Here are three things you can do to reduce the risk.
- Try to use familiar terms that the company uses on a daily basis
- Ensure project members understand what each term means and how it affects their work and deliverable. It may also help to prepare a list of definitions at the start of a project
- Unpack any complex terms by splitting them into sub-parts e.g. Business models comprise nine elements...
Other articles that may be of interest include:
- How a CEO demystified innovation in less than 5 minutes
- Selecting the right person to lead your online innovation initiative
- Using Ideation to populate a business strategy roadmap
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Do you want to be more successful at innovation? I recommend the book Innovation Unplugged – helping managers prepare today’s business for future growth.
Director of 3inno