Today, innovation is not a luxury, but a necessity, and not only in the executive floors, but in all areas of the organization. Every single employee is called upon to come up with ideas about new and better offerings to meet customer needs. Organizations that have internalized a culture of innovation are on the winning side.

Nevertheless, in our quest for something new, we often stumble in the fog, hoping that our ideas could hit the mark. Successful innovations, however, do not simply emerge by chance or from nowhere.

Innovation can be much more predictable and much more successful – but only if you think about it differently.
Prof. Clayton Christensen, Taddy Hall, Karen Dillon, David Duncan


If you are also interested in how you implement an innovation culture and management in your organization, then the approaches of Harvard Professor and FranklinCovey Board Member Prof. Clayton Christensen are certainly interesting for you. In his works, he clarifies the direct connection between customer wishes and success.

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Innovation does not just happen, but is the result of a conscious and planned process, which is strongly oriented towards the customer’s wishes and contains the following elements:

  • Developing new perspectives
  • Learn what customers really think, but don’t say
  • Precisely formulate customer needs
  • Developing innovative solutions

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