Change towards a more innovative and collaborative culture
Collaborative innovation is not only about co-creation between private stakeholders, but also a concept to be applied to the public sector in terms of public&private partnership. This is actually what the Government of Singapore is doing
The increasing complexity of the challenges in the various industries nowadays sets new threats and opportunities. Managing complexity in the appropriate way may become a source of competitive advantage. BCG sets the key rules to make it happen
The financial crisis has accelerated a mindset shift in both public and private sector leaders, in accordance with the aforementioned trend of integrating a mission to tackle social issues within the corporate strategies
As explained in previous posts, Marketing 3.0 envisions the development of innovation ecosystems where businesses find like-minded partners to develop innovative projects with. This articles explains the concept in further detail.
Parallel to outsourced open innovation there is innovation open to all members of the organization, also called co-innovation or co-ideation with employees, to leverage their knowledge about the business and the organisation’s weaknesses and strengths
When shifting from one model to another, it is not only the model’s building blocks that change, not just the system, or the rules, but also the behaviors and the values that guide people in their interactions with each other towards a more collaborative culture
In building collaborative business models and promoting collaborative innovation initiatives, there are certain rules that should not be disregarded
In most cases a destination model encompasses many stakeholders and thus requires a spirit of cooperation between them. That is to be achieved through culture change.
Participation by the destination’s stakeholders is not only necessary to commit them in the destination development, but also to leverage all the collective intelligence necessary to optimize the model design