Building a Culture of Innovation by Cris Beswick
A Practical Framework for Placing Innovation at the Core of Your Business

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Being a truly innovative company is more than dreaming up new products and services; it requires a complete change to a company's organizational culture, where innovation is embodied in everything that gets done by everyone who works there.

Supported with downloadable assessments and resources throughout, Building a Culture of Innovation presents a practical framework that business leaders and change agents can implement to design and embed permanent innovation. Authors Cris Beswick, Derek Bishop, and Jo Geraghty present a six-step Innovation Culture Change Framework to make change stick, beginning with assessing where and how an organization got to where it is currently and ending with allowing the new culture to grow.  Each chapter contains tools and techniques, diagrams, helpful tips, and case studies from international organizations which have shifted their focus to an innovation culture, including Prudential, Cisco, and Siemens.
 

About Cris Beswick

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Cris Beswick is a speaker and consultant, specializing in advising executive teams on the strategy, leadership, and culture required to drive innovation. He is the founder of Cris Beswick Consulting and has contributed to articles for The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, and The Sunday Telegraph. Jo Geraghty is Director of Culture Consultancy, which advises companies in organizational cultural alignment, culture change, and people engagement, and guest lectures at business schools in the UK. She was previously Head of HR for the Paris, Zurich, and Geneva offices of Goldman Sachs. Derek Bishop has over twenty years' experience leading people and delivering business results in high volume and complex environments. As an expert on culture change, leadership development, and customer experience he is considered one of the leading thinkers on creating high-performance businesses.
 
Published December 3, 2015 by Kogan Page. 229 pages
Genres: . Non-fiction

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To combat that organizations now realize that combining innovation around product with innovation around experiences with innovation around business models for example is part of the solution and that requires much more of the organization to be involved.

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