Understanding the Review Process to Achieve Innovation
Although creativity is an important element in achieving innovation, the review process from idea generation to execution is equally important. In other words, organisations often lack innovation due to the fact that great ideas do not reach fruition or unsound ideas get put forward. Staff within the organisation often unaware with the review process thus fail to envision their ideas being implemented and deliver results.
Furthermore, organisations may be rooted in their existing KPI’s hence they fail to empower grassroots staff with the tools and knowledge to innovate. How should organisations facilitate a better understanding of the innovation process within its staff?
Participants undertaking this research theme may distinguish the differences between invention, innovation, and improvement. Participants can also look at exploring why pockets of innovation occur within organisations. Another, possibly related/composite study would be to explore why Australia lags in terms of industry engagement.