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CIOs: Position Yourself As The Business Innovation Leader In The C-Suite

Use Your Tech And Process Strengths To Enable Customer-Obsessed Innovation In Your Company

January 12, 2017

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In the age of the customer, innovation sits at the top of many CEOs' priority lists, and CIOs have a unique opportunity to lead their firms' responses with tech-based business innovation. Pursuing innovation gets complicated, though. Innovation means lots of different things to different people, from shiny inventions to large-scale business transformation, and innovation's role varies greatly depending on a firm's business model. This report provides a 360-degree view of innovation best practices, along with a framework for choosing which practices work best for specific business realities. This report is one of two overview documents providing a view into innovation research across Forrester's knowledge base.

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Table of Contents

  • Firms Seek Greater Business Innovation In The Age Of The Customer
  • Innovation Delivers At Speed Across The Customer's Ecosystem
  • An Innovation Process Enables Creativity While Ensuring Value Delivery
  • Create An Innovation Ecosystem, Spanning The Firm And Partners
  • Create An Innovation Culture
  • Use Tools For Critical Collaboration, Process, And Idea Management
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  • Apply Technology And Process Skills To Drive Business Innovation
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