Three Chief Innovation Officers tell us what makes this recent role so important to the success of every business and why companies should be hiring people just like them.
The year 2017 saw a rapid pace of digital transformation in global business, and the coming year will be no different. From AI to the fundamental power of the people, we look at the top 5 trends that are set to define business innovation in 2018.
As innovation goes beyond Research and Development, the Chief Innovation Officer is the main person responsible for guiding technology innovation within organisations, say 35% of the executives surveyed by KPMG’s Global Technology Innovation report.
Aylin Olsun, a leading consultant on leadership and innovation in Turkey, tells us why innovation can help companies attract and retain increasingly demanding employees.
More CEOs put innovation first, when asked which priorities they want to strengthen to capitalise on new opportunities. In its twentieth edition, the ‘PwC CEO Survey’ listened to 1379 leaders worldwide to understand how businesses are facing today’s challenges.
Every workplace has a certain set of expectations as to the company’s and employee’s respective roles. Overwhelmingly, those expectations seem to be that the company provides the work, and it’s up to the employee to motivate themselves to get it done.
Agility, strategic imagination, provocative inquiry, creative problem-solving are some of the capabilities you have to look for.