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Innovation

Incorporating creativity and business innovation into your corporate DNA is as essential as generating profit-and-loss statements. In order to stay competitive, you must employ different kinds of innovation – from incremental to radical – to avoid becoming stagnant or irrelevant to your customers.

  • 2 different approaches to innovation: Which is right for you?

    2 different approaches to innovation: Which is right for you?

    As a CEO, having choices can be both a blessing and a curse. Even once you decide where to focus your growth, how do you know which innovation strategy is the right one? While new research by my team at Vistage shows that high-growth companies are more engaged in innovation than no-growth companies, something else is equally clear: Small and midsize companies

  • Radical innovation case study: Quote Countertops

    Radical innovation case study: Quote Countertops

    Frank Sciarrino, COO of Quote Countertops, radically changed his marketing and sales strategy by integrating an online app. Frank Sciarrino — part of the next generation of family leadership — recognized that one facet of the business had stagnated: marketing and sales. Countertops, and home remodeling more generally, were stuck in brick-and-mortar showrooms, while other

  • Overcoming the top 5 barriers to innovation

    Overcoming the top 5 barriers to innovation

    Rapidly changing markets — fueled by fierce competition, changing customer requirements, accelerating technological advancements and an uncertain economy — have left CEOs with two choices: innovate and grow, or stick with the status quo and face the threat of becoming obsolete. Download report: Innovating for growth Of course, innovation is easier said than done. To

  • Innovating for growth: How CEOs can break free from the status quo

    Innovating for growth: How CEOs can break free from the status quo

    Rapidly changing markets — fueled by fierce competition, changing customer requirements, accelerating technological advancements and an uncertain economy — have left CEOs with two choices for their business: innovate and grow, or stick with the status quo and face the threat of becoming obsolete. In this webinar, Chief Research Officer Joe Galvin and Marc Emmer,

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