Category Archives: Idea and Innovation Management

3 Crowdsourcing Success Stories That Prove the Value of Ideas

We’ve said it once—maybe more than once—but we’ll say it again: Great ideas often come from unexpected places. It’s a narrative we’re all familiar with. Corporate wants to introduce a new product or service, but the pool of viable ideas is shallow. In comes an employee, perhaps from a department other than R&D, and presents a winning idea. Management is ecstatic, but it’s also kicking itself for not thinking of

Carter Liebscher|
September 16, 2019
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7 Common Objections Decision Makers Have Around Idea Management Software, and How to Overcome Them

When looking to introduce a new Innovation or Idea Management program, one of the most frequent challenges can be building out and selling the business case to decision makers within a firm. Objections from these individuals can be numerous, but we at Ideawake understand the root of these objections and have outlined the explanation you need to overcome them and ease leaders’ concerns.

Carroll Elger|
September 27, 2018
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