Organisations have been looking at ways to innovate for numerous years. In reality, different approaches have been implemented to create new products and services, revitalize operational systems or making organizational culture more open.
As a theme, it still holds true. It has become even more relevant with the new international division of labour…
So organizations have to find the answers suited to them, particularly with respect to the following questions:
|>||Is it enough to call on workers to collaborate for it to happen?|
|>||How do the various innovation methods compare?|
|>||How does collaborative work fit into the scheme of things?|
|>||What value creation model should we adopt?|
As for continuous innovation, this requires a totally new approach.
Successful continuous innovation
In organizational terms, continous innovation is its capacity for constant renewal and requires, for successful deployment, various dimensions to be taken into account, particularly behavioural factors.