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How to Set Your Chief Innovation Officer up for Success

Chief Innovation Officer, Redefined
The urgency to innovate better, faster, and more consistently has led many companies to look for a leader to drive innovation initiatives. With one in five executives touting innovation as their top priority, a captain – or a Chief Innovation Officer (CINO) – to help guide the organization through the innovation process has never been more important. At the same time, unrealistic structures and missing strategic intention that often surround a CINO set their innovation initiatives up for failure. 

Here, Todd Rovak, CEO of Fahrenheit 212 and Capgemini Consulting North America, discusses the value the Chief Innovation Officer can bring to an organization, and how to truly set them up for success.

Learn more about the Chief Innovation Officer here.

“Innovation, by definition, is a cross-functional capability. To operate in a silo is one of the fastest ways to isolate and effectively starve an innovation capability.”