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Table of Contents Introduction by Gary Hamel Part I Turning Rhetoric into Reality Chapter 1: The New Innovation Challenge Making innovation happen The new innovation leaders More buzzword than core competence Toward a systemic understanding Innovation to the core Chapter 2: Creating The Preconditions For Innovation Creating bandwidth Maximizing Diversity Connection and conversation Is that all there is to it? Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Chapter 3: Building a Foundation of Novel Strategic Insights The four ¿lenses¿ of innovation Challenging orthodoxies Harnessing discontinuities Leveraging competencies and assets Understanding unarticulated needs Organizing the discovery process Drawing on collective wisdom Selecting and using ¿discovery insights¿ Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Part II Enlarging and Enhancing the Innovation Pipeline Chapter 4: Producing A Torrent Of New Opportunities Widen the front end Increase the combinations Involve many minds Let a thousand flowers bloom Ideate around specific themes Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Chapter 5: Innovating Across The Business Model What is business model innovation? Two distinctly different objectives Thinking holistically Asking new questions Stretching your business model The acid test Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Chapter 6: Dynamically Balancing Supply And Demand Driving innovation ¿supply¿ Driving innovation ¿demand¿ Creating the right pressure points Measuring innovation performance A comprehensive matrix of metrics The ¿Innovation Scorecard¿ Fine-tuning the balance Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Part III Evaluating and Aligning New Growth Opportunities Chapter 7: Asking The Right Questions At The Right Time Evaluating ideas The limits to incrementalism Radical innovation defined Radical doesn¿t have to mean risky Will it have impact? Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Chapter 8: Constructing An Innovation Architecture Focusing the innovation process Shaping your innovation portfolio Screening and sequencing ideas A shared point of view More than a mission, a vision, or a plan Strategy from the bottom up Proprietary ¿ but not confidential Creating and testing a trial architecture A blueprint for building the future Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Part IV Maximizing the Return on Innovation Chapter 9: Managing And Multiplying Resources Rethinking the budgeting process Incubators and skunk works A marketplace for ideas, capital and talent Creating a portfolio of projects Reallocating talent Towards the hybrid organization Multiplying the available resources Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Chapter 10 Pacing And De-Risking Innovation Investments Know the race you run Understanding marathons Understanding sprints Becoming a ¿smart mover¿ Avoiding risk Maximizing learning over investment Learn faster, learn cheaper, learn better Managing a portfolio of experiments Sharing risk with partners Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Part V Driving Innovation to the Core Chapter 11. Building A Systemic Innovation Capabiliity Leadership and organization People and Skills Processes and tools Culture and values Making the cultural transition Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Chapter 12 Making Innovation Sustainable Gearing up for organizational change Identifying innovation impediments ¿Management Process Makeover¿ The ultimate challenge Balancing innovation and efficiency Tensions within innovation Your own Innovation Journey Innovation Challenges/Leadership Imperatives Bibliography Acknowledgements Index
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