For a business to innovate, internal change must outpace the market.
This advice comes from Kimberley Hubble, CEO for APAC. Kimberley recently spoke with TALiNT International for their cover feature on organizational innovation.
Alongside other Hudson RPO leaders, Kimberley addressed what businesses should consider when developing a culture of innovation
To continue driving that conversation forward, we asked Kimberley for more of her insights, which she has gained from more than 25 years of experience in the talent sector.
During that time, she has helped clients transform their recruitment models and served in a range of leadership roles.
Read her views on developing an innovation mindset below.
In order to grow and stay relevant, companies must regularly review their products and services, as well as how they are building and delivering them. The company’s internal rate of change must be faster than the external rate of change occurring in the business environment.
To be truly innovative, a company needs:
It can be if not done well. Some leaders make huge investments on one or two ideas when they may be better off initially making a few smaller investments. The trial and learn culture equips your team to move fast, fail fast, learn fast and win fast.
People. Without people, there is no innovation.