Paul Williams, Executive Director, American Institute for Innovation Excellence
Successful innovation management extends past an enhanced "value chain" rooted in portfolio management concepts; it needs to also focus on strategic priorities balanced with execution discipline. In essence, the goal of any portfolio-based approach is to maximize the value of the overall portfolio and to balance the strategic fit, timing and sequencing, investment risk, operational capability and resource capacity.
Based on recent research conducted by the American Institute for Innovation Excellence, what's missing is a way to resolve pain points (and main points of failure) experienced by organizations when seeking growth via an innovation management strategy.
Join us to learn how to:
• Align your innovation approach to the overall organizational strategy
• Efficiently and effectively review, select and manage multiple promising ideas at once
• Ensure successful and repeatable execution and delivery of individual idea-based initiatives