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Ten Ways to Kill Innovation

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 01-23-2013
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Ten Ways to Kill Innovation

1. Unhealthy Internal Competition  Healthy competition encourages achievement. But when employees focus more on beating each other than benefiting their organization, it's unhealthy competition.

Do you feel like your organization "talks a good game" when it comes to innovation, but fumbles when it comes to execution? Ever wonder why you and your teams spend so much time laboring on routine, process-based IT tasks rather than putting new, creative ideas into action? The book , The Innovative CIO: How IT Leaders Can Drive Business Transformation (CA Press/Apress), presents a pragmatic guide to overcoming the many barriers to successful innovation. It also demonstrates how to take advantage of your human and tech resources to effectively evaluate, track and "sell" the value of innovation within your company. In a number of sections, coauthors Andi Mann, George Watt and Peter Matthews reveal the following 10 "innovation killers." Mann, Watt and Matthews are executives at CA Technologies.

 
 
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
 
 

 

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