Slow Innovation

   

Definition: Slow Innovation is a form of organizational transformation that emphasizes slow and/or gradual changes/improvements, for example in cultural patterns that will slowly transform organizations or sectors but that don't have a big immediate impact.
Slow innovation projects can be just as valuable as the quick and large-scale ones, in the long run. However, as the benefits are not reaped as quickly and therefore those projects often seem to counter organization’s objective at first sight, it is sometimes harder to convince boards or key people so funding is harder to get.


   
   

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