Insight

Four factors to strengthen enterprise-wide support for innovation

Enterprise innovation is a crucial capability in business today. Discover four keys to sparking creativity across the organization.

David Jarczyk

David Jarczyk

Principal, Enterprise Innovation, KPMG US

+1 312-665-8907

Anu Puvvada

Anu Puvvada

Managing Director, G&S, Incubator, KPMG US

+1 512-689-3793

There is no debate that enterprise innovation is a crucial capability in business today. New business models. New ways of working. New customer behaviors. New regulations. New social demands. New technologies. Change is unavoidable and it’s coming faster than you think. Organizations that unlock new paths to growth will survive; those that don’t will be out of business.

Although the need to push for innovation couldn’t be clearer, many large organizations struggle to engage their people in innovation work. Innovating fails more often than it succeeds, and that fact is difficult for many to accept. Resistance to change may be especially high in large, complex organizations with entrenched ways of doing things and strong aversion to risk.

What can innovation leaders do to build and maintain ongoing support for innovation efforts? Discover four keys to sparking creativity across the organizational chart and getting big ideas flowing in the following report by KPMG LLP and Innovation Leader.

Four factors to strengthen enterprise-wide support for innovation
Enterprise innovation is a crucial capability in business today. Discover four keys to sparking creativity across the organizational chart and getting big ideas flowing.