When the pace of change demands more than ever before, how can you ensure that innovation strategies and initiatives are both fast-paced and sustainable?
Did you know that you can predict which cities are innovating the fastest by checking the average walking pace of the city? People have been found to walk the fastest (18 metres in 10.55 seconds) in Singapore, for example, which often rates as the fastest innovating city in the world according to standard innovation measures.
Perhaps we’re feeling that sense of urgency in the race to innovate so strongly that we’re unconsciously picking up our own pace to try to keep up? The average walking pace of the cities that are innovating the fastest has increased by up to 30 per cent over the past few decades, so imagine how much the rates of innovation are increasing!
Certainly most organisations are feeling that the push more forcefully than ever.
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