Successful start-ups and business are using their imagination, intuition, experience and networks to develop and implement an innovative idea. Over the years, our strategists at RIKON have heard numerous and interesting recipes for innovation.
In this article we are looking at 6 tips on how to improve the innovation culture in your organisation.
Innovation is an integral part of business growth but many organizations either neglect it or misunderstand the importance of it. Let’s take a look at what we actually mean when we are talking about innovation and what it consists of.
Brainstorming is important to any business, but when done poorly it often leads to a lot of wasted time and frustration amongst staff. In this article we are looking at how to avoid that and get the most out of your brainstorming sessions.
It is widely believed to be a good practice to innovate and avoid stagnation when it comes to creating a healthy working environment within a business structure. But how do you achieve that? Let’s take a look.
Following on the heels of the previous “Brainstorming Tips” article we have discussed here, let’s take a look at how to maximise the effect of brainstorming sessions even further.
It is fascinating, but when we are talking about innovation we rarely associate it with our customers. Why is it so overlooked? We take a look at it right here.
In the current economic environment, businesses focus on the profit margins and sales figures far more than on the internal processes and employees’ professional growth. Is innovation being ignored, leading to stall in business growth?
Everyone wants innovation in the workplace, yet it is frustratingly elusive. Why? Let’s take a look.
Company culture is often described as an organisation’s brand, or, more accurately – personality. What happens when you introduce innovation into it?