Open innovation: the best way to solve problems?

Open innovation is a democratic approach centred on collaboration. In effect, internal and external resources replace traditional siloed R&D processes.

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Organising a hackathon in your company: the guide

In an article dedicated to hackathons, the hackerearth website points out that more than 80% of Fortune 100 companies organise hackathons to bring out innovations. Moreover, hackathons are often renewed regularly. To boostincremental or disruptiveinnovation, consider organising a hackathon in your company.

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How to develop a culture of intrapreneurship?

Many leaders would like their employees to take the initiative and be more committed to the company. In short, they should adopt a more entrepreneurial attitude. If you are in this situation, ask yourself this question: have you laid the foundations for a culture of intrapreneurship to give your employees a framework for more commitment?

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3 ideas to animate thecollaborative innovation

You have launched an innovation challenge in your organisation. You expect employees to participate and propose ideas or projects. This is a great idea to (re)involve them in your company strategy! But how do you stimulate the proposal of ideas? How do you create emulation around your initiative? In short, how do you animatecollaborative innovation?

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How to improve your internal communication? 10 good practices

More than ever, your internal communication is essential. Whatever your sector of activity or type of organisation. In particular, with the rise of teleworking, it has become essential to ensure that employees are properly informed and have the keys to actively participate in the life and performance of the company. So how can you improve your internal communication?

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How to improve customer satisfaction?

Customer satisfaction is at the heart of your organisation. Of course, there are many ways to improve it. In this article, we propose to understand howcollaborative innovation allows you to improve customer satisfaction. You will be able to engage both your employees and your customers in the process.

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The best examples of continuous improvement in business

Regardless of the sector in which it operates, any company or organisation may be involved in continuous improvement. Nevertheless, some companies have a particularly well-developed continuous improvement culture . Who are these champions? Here are the 10 best examples of continuous improvement in business.

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Engage your employees in your environmental strategy

In all organisations, HR, internal communication and even innovation are working to increase employee engagement. But are they thinking about the topics that most engage people? What are the main unifying themes? CSR (Social and Environmental Responsibility) is one of these topics. Indeed, CSR touches employees in their humanity and is often a source of intense commitment. Here's how to involve your employees in your environmental strategy, in order to increase commitment to the company.

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How to choose a collaborative tool?

Collaborative tools are varied and difficult to define. What is important is that you choose a tool that fits your needs and your company culture. How do you choose a collaborative tool? Here are some criteria.

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Good practice in corporate ideation

Regularly, in the professional context, we are asked to think outside the box. We organise brainstorming meetings to find solutions to problems or irritants, or to imagine projections to do better, to be more efficient. In the short term, these solutions are effective. But they are not enough. If you really want your organisation to become more innovative, you will need a sustainable process to generate new ideas, follow them up, implement them. In short, you will need a process and tools for organising ideation in your company.

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