Is Innovation Measurable?
When was the last time you heard someone say “I don’t measure innovation?” That’s because measuring innovation has become a key part of running a successful company. In today’s competitive market, companies need to innovate constantly to stay ahead of their competition. However, measuring innovation isn’t always easy. This episode provides tips on how to measure innovation effectively so that you can improve your company’s performance.
In this episode, we have guest Esther Gons, CEO and Co-Founder at GroundControl and Co-Author of Innovation Accounting and The Corporate Startup.
If learning is your core business as an innovation team, then learning should be your core metric.
CEO and Co-Founder at GroundControl
Co-Author of The Corporate Startup + Innovation Accounting.
International speaker on topics of corporate innovation, innovation accounting, portfolio management and startups, and a respected expert appearing as a guest on numerous podcasts that focus on innovation. She was recently named to Inside Outside’s 2022 Watchlist: Women in Innovation.
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