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22
Rick Boersma

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As a business leader, you understand the multiple benefits of having an innovative organizational culture—among them: 

But what does one have to actually do to experience those benefits? 

It’s a question we hear all the time.

Where to begin?

"We’re expected to demonstrate innovation, but we don’t know how to do it, or to deliver on that expectation."

Sound familiar? If so, you’re not alone.

Business leaders often approach us at Juice corporate training events, saying they’re well versed in holding brainstorming sessions—but those ideas (often written on Post-it notes) frequently go nowhere. 

So admitting you need help is a fantastic first step. Because you obviously understand these three crucial truths:

What innovative leaders recognize 

If you’re going to be innovative—that is, really, truly innovative to the point where you’re continuously evolving your business—you don’t want to “do innovation” haphazardly.

So admitting you need help is a fantastic first step. Because you obviously understand these three crucial truths:

  1. Innovation isn’t just about ideas. You can hold all the brainstorming sessions you want. But ideas don’t implement themselves.
     
  2. Innovation isn’t effective if it’s approached in an unstructured way. There are many, many variables involved in any one project. If you tackle a project willy-nilly, you’re going to undoubtedly waste time and resources. All parties need to adhere to a structured innovation process that guides their actions from beginning to end. 
     
  3. Innovation is ongoing. Building an innovative organizational culture is not a one-time thing. It requires an ongoing commitment from the top down. Leaders must regularly encourage employees to be creative, be open to ideas, and provide the innovation tools and support necessary to nurture innovative activity.


Let’s get started

You now know what it takes to create a truly innovative organizational culture. The benefits are within your reach. And the time is ripe.


So what are you waiting for?

Happy innovating!

Do innovation right! Learn more about the Juice i5 and innovation training program, Innovation in a Box.

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