82% of organisations to run innovation in exactly the same way as they would go about achieving any incremental performance gain in their regular operations.

Accenture US Innovation Survey (2015)

Many organizations view innovation as a way to achieve quick and dramatic improvement. However, the reality is that most innovation happens incrementally, through small improvements made over time. In fact, according to a recent study, 82% of organizations run their innovation efforts in exactly the same way as they would go about achieving any other incremental performance gain in their regular operations. This approach may not always lead to groundbreaking results, but it can be an effective way to slowly and steadily improve your organization's overall performance. Moreover, it can help to create a culture of innovation that encourages employees to continuously look for ways to improve the status quo. While incremental innovation may not always make headlines, it can be a powerful tool for organizational success.

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