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Slide Presentation of the 2007 Annual Meeting of AHRQ

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Those companies are adopting innovation at different rates

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laggards late majority early majority early adopters leading edge
M&A +
Six Sigma
No Man's Land Innovation 1.0 Innovation 2.0 Innovation 3.0
"Stay the
course"
"If" "How" "How it scales" "Why"

burning
question

 

 

Is innovation the way to grow profitably in the post-Six Sigma era?

 

 

How do we find big ideas and get them off the ground?

 

 

How do we make innovation easier, more systematic, so it doesn't rely on heroic acts?

 

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What does it mean to our customers? To our employees?
To the world?

 

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focus search for organic growth methods and protocols innovation operating model cultural transformation
unit of measure experiments projects programs cultures

Source: Peer Insight analysis of 115 recent service innovation projects


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