There’s a long-lived myth that being systematic kills innovation, but research has yet again demonstrated that it actually encourages it. Even Kairos Future’s own studies shows that organisations that work systematically using an engaging innovation model are almost four times as likely to launch a product that can be considered new to the world, compared to organisations that completely lack a systematic innovation process.
But what does it mean to make your innovation process systematic? This article will present four examples where systems promote rather than stifle innovation.
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