Igniting Innovation: Tips, Sparks and Ideas for Acting on Innovation

THE Metric for an Innovation Culture

Posted by Greg Lemmon on Jul 23, 2015 9:00:00 AM


PEOPLE Engagement: The primary driver of culture change within an organization or division is education in the new mindset. The foundation of the new mindset is training and tools.

Are you curious about whether or not your company or division has an innovation culture?

Answer a few questions:

  1. What percent of staff are involved with innovation projects?
  2. What percent of staff are trained and truly educated on how to accelerate innovation projects?
    Innovation Team
  3. What percent of staff participate in creating ideas? This could mean they 
    respond to requests, submit stimulus for brainstorming sessions or participate in brainstorming sessions.

Estimate these numbers today then go to your calendar and set a reminder to answer these questions again in 2 months.

What do you think your number are going to do? Grow, stay the same or decline? How you answer will tell you if you have an innovation culture or not.

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Topics: innovation, culture change, Innovation Culture



Greg Lemmon

Written by Greg Lemmon

Greg joined the team in 2008 after graduating from Northern Kentucky University. Since then he conducted over 3,000 sales forecast for new innovations, innovated how we teach research as well as developed and programed an online system for rapid research. Greg is passionate about researching innovation and developing new to the world systems to make innovation easier for organizations.

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