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Dennis Pearce Oct 17
A2: Often, innovation efforts are spearheaded by: - Execs, especially when innovation in a specific focused area is needed - HR, who might offer prizes, patent incentives, etc. - individual employees who can leverage tools like ESNs to rally support for their idea
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Rita Zonius SCMP Oct 17
Hi everyone, apologies for joining late. Had to go feed a very hungry schnauzer otherwise the chances of her leaving me alone during the chat would be slim.
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Rebecca Jackson πŸ€“ レベッカ Oct 17
Q3. Part 1. An should ideally have the people and some topic based structure already. While missing some of the functions of a fully fledged ideation tool it’s a great starting point. Leadership and community management pending.
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#ESNchat Oct 14
We know can help solve problems and surface good ideas, but can they be used to drive ? Let’s discuss this Thursday, 2pm ET, on .
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Shaun Slattery Oct 17
Replying to @ESNchat
A4. "The history of the decision" can be an important benefit. The twists and turns of how an idea became a decision is sometimes important to be able to return to!
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Shaun Slattery Oct 17
Replying to @ESNchat
A6. I'd say yes, network maturity can be a marker of innovation readiness. A new or weak network often doesn't have the habits in place to allow for a successful initiative. To me, innovation feels like a slightly more mature practice (than say, simple Q&A). Thoughts?
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Shaun Slattery Oct 17
Replying to @ESNchat
A1. Coming from product companies, most of my experience with innovation is around new products or features, or even new service offerings. But I've seen internal "idea jams" around cost-savings, business-process improvement, etc.
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#ESNchat Oct 17
Welcome to ! Please introduce yourself (name, company, role, location, etc.) What is a recent personal achievement that you are proud of?
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Shaun Slattery Oct 17
Replying to @ESNchat
A4. Oh! Forgot to mention the equally-important "decision NOT to". ESNs can be an organization's memory (esp. as folk come and go). Capturing "what happened and why (or why not)?" can inform organizations' new decisions.
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#ESNchat Oct 17
Just a few minutes left to comment on today's topic…
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Dennis Pearce Oct 17
A2: At a previous employer, we had an innovation task force that worked on improving the innovation process at the enterprise level. They organized hackathons, idea contests, etc.
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Rebecca Jackson πŸ€“ レベッカ Oct 17
Replying to @ESNchat
I’m Rebecca Jackson, NEXTDC, Digital Workplace Coordinator, Melbourne, getting ready to leave for the airport 😊 I have been participating in Inktober this year, proud that I’ve made time everyday for something I enjoy.
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#ESNchat Oct 17
Oh snap! Last Q of the today …
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Dennis Pearce Oct 17
Hi, co-host Dennis Pearce here in Lexington, KY. Collaboration Strategist at The Ounce of Prevention Fund.
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#ESNchat Oct 17
Q3 is right around the corner...
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Rebecca Jackson πŸ€“ レベッカ Oct 17
A2: someone with subject matter knowledge, authority, access to budget, senior support.
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Dennis Pearce Oct 17
A1: Product innovation is the obvious one, but I've also been involved in process and business model innovation.
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#ESNchat Oct 17
Let's keep moving... Q4 is up in a moment.
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#ESNchat Oct 17
Q2, it's time for you!
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#ESNchat Oct 17
Who's ready for Q5?
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