When it comes to building your organization’s innovation culture, one important strategy often gets overlooked…

Can you guess what it is? 

Equipping employees with the tools they need to make their case, so other people understand why their ideas might be worthwhile. 

When employees can be supported to not only come up with breakthrough ideas, but also taught how to make their case to different audiences, they become masters of creating shared understanding, avoiding past mistakes, and pioneering a more promising future. 

Innovation Storytelling is indispensable, because it brings data to life in new ways, connects us to peoples’ emotions, and helps audiences better understand what might be possible… for all of us. 

How are you using Innovation Storytelling to build an innovation culture? 

I’d love to learn more. 


This Week’s Best Articles on Innovation

  • Compassion Is The Key To Innovation – FORBES
  • Continuous Innovation: Where Midsize Businesses Truly Grow More Competitive – FORBES
  • Facebook Has An Innovation Problem – NY Times
  • In Pursuit of Relentless Innovation – MedTech Innovation News
  • Recognizing The “Other” Ways of Employee Creativity in The Workplace – OUP Blog
  • Remote Work: How Leaders Can Solve The “Face Time” Problem In An Era of Hybrid and Remote Work – Fortune
  • Three Strategies For Leading Disruptive Innovation Through Effective Communication – FORBES
  • Why Outside Perspectives Are Critical For Innovation Breakthroughs – MIT Sloan Management Review