Is there a framework for collaborative innovation? What steps need to be defined? The collaborative innovation process actually depends on the nature of the suggested innovations.
You couldn’t miss the trend: Millennials are looking for meaning at work. Some articles also highlight the suffering at work of the younger generations in the face of companies that fail to motivate them. What if collective intelligence was the key to this problem? Indeed, collective intelligence gives meaning to a common project. It meets a need for both social bonding and individual valorization. In short, between collective intelligence and Millennials, it seems that we are dealing with an interesting complementarity to exploit.
To build a collaborative innovation culture, you don’t just need innovators. Some employees are simply consulting and monitoring emerging ideas. As Danielle Winandy, Chief Innovation Officer at BNP Paribas, explained during an Empower Morning: “Everyone can have ideas, but not everyone is ready to innovate“. Because innovation requires, depending on your corporate culture, a certain amount of perseverance and energy.
Your company most certainly has an ecosystem of tools that allow you to collaborate and communicate. But do you have a collective intelligence tool? First of all, what is a collective intelligence tool, and how do you use it to stimulate collaborative engagement?
Does your organization need new ideas to evolve in a competitive and constantly changing market? You can no longer afford to ignore the benefits of collective intelligence. That’s why we give you 10 ideas that you can easily implement in your company to encourage collaborative innovation.