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Where does innovation come from? Some ideas come from your business partners, other ideas come from your customers and suppliers, and some of the best ideas come from your IT staff. Innovations come in many shapes and sizes. Some are incremental improvements that improve operational efficiencies or create a small advantage over competitors. Other innovations are more radical and create new business opportunities. In either case, you need a process to capture, evaluate, and act on the ideas. This book extract from Wiley describes a comprehensive but practical method to tap into your company’s rising reservoir of new, undeveloped, and untried methods to solve real business problems. Includes a 30% discount code for Computer Weekly readers.  Access >>>

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  • Innovate
  • Turn Ideas into Action
  • Create a Governance Framework

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