„AnIMATE YOUR CULTURE!“

SYSTEMATICALLY FOLLOWING A SUCCESSFUL INNOVATION CULTURE


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INNOVATION CULTURE – POSSIBILITIES AND CHALLENGES

Innovate or die? Ever faster technological innovation cycles, increasing customer demands, and increasing competition due to globalization are constantly adding to the pressure on companies. What can you do?


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The St.Gallen Innovation Culture Navigator

6 dimensions, 3 stages, and 66 best practices will steer you to a higher innovation rate, higher employee satisfaction, as well as increased corporate growth and profit.

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DIMENSIONS OF INNOVATION CULTURE

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gile implementation
n
I
nspire employees,
due to diverse perspectives
M
otivate employees
to go the extra mile
A
lign teams in order to
achieve goals together
T
ransparency, so that all employees
can contribute
in the most effective way
E
mpower employees so that they
can use
their innovation potential

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STAGES TO YOUR OWN INNOVATION CULTURE PLAN!

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Insight

First stage: In order to identify the most efficient levers for action, we do a clear assessment of your organization’s innovation culture.

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Inspiration

Second stage: Taking your assessment results into consideration, we examine the cultural practices that fit the company’s profile best. Obviously we also have to adapt these practices for your specific organizational context.

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Implementation

Third stage: We roll out and test the adapted cultural practices.

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Who is behind all this?

Oliver Gassmann

(Prof. Dr.) is Professor for Innovation Management and the Director of the Institute of Technology Management at the University of St.Gallen.

Christoph H. Wecht

(Prof. Dr.) is Professor of Management at the New Design University (NDU) in St. Pölten. He has extensive experience in industry and research.

Christoph Meister

(Dr.) is the CEO of the BGW AG. He has several years of industry experience as a corporate innovation manager.

Raphael Bömelburg

is a research associate at the Institute of Technology Management at the University of St.Gallen. He was active in the start-up sector in California.


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BGW AG Management Advisory Group

The BGW AG Management Advisory Group is a spin-off from the Institute of Technology Management at the University of St.Gallen.


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