In this “ask me anything” style video, Heather Hiscox of our Social Impact team tackles several prominent questions on the topic of Lean Innovation in the social impact sector, and how focusing heavily on the customer can change the way these organizations drive impact.
This year’s Lean Startup Conference more than ever before, guided us as organizations to focus on the things that truly matter, and be better at business for the higher good. Don’t miss the key takeaways about customer, culture, and learning gleaned from the 2018 event in Las Vegas.
Moves the Needle will be at Lean Startup Conference 2018. Will you? We’ve planned several events to enhance your Lean Startup Conference experience, all around the theme of digging deep to uncover new value for those who your organization aims to serve.
Jeremiah Gardner shares how organizations can foster and empower their innovation coaches to create sustainable innovation transformation from within.
In this episode, MTN Co-Founder Aaron Eden is interviewed by James Carbary of Sweet Fish Media on their B2B Growth podcast.
Ryan Staggs is the Assistant Vice President of Integration & Mobility Services at the Hospital Corporation of America. In this episode, we dive into how Ryan increases innovation within the IT department and making it more nimble and responsive.
As an intrapreneur, dealing with compliance can certainly be a hurdle to overcome. In today’s episode, Moves the Needle CEO Brant Cooper and I are excited to have Stephen Poor talk about how compliance departments can better enable innovation and how law firms can be more innovative.
Stephen is the Chairman of Seyfarth Shaw, an international law firm comprised of over 900 lawyers.
In the episode, we dive into how they’ve organized their innovation strategy into 4 operational buckets and how they not only identify new products but innovate on the core business.
We also talk about how they have done a fantastic job getting rid of the distance between the end customer and new product development teams amongst other things.
Millennials play a vital part in the workforce of today and tomorrow. Yet per HBR’s article, “What Do Millennials Really Want at Work? The Same Things the Rest of Us Do, ‘it’s likely that companies pursuing millennial-specific employee engagement strategies are wasting time, focus, and money.’
This episode features a recording from a live webcast discussion between Aaron Eden and Marilyn Gorman!