Chief Innovation Officer

A chief innovation officer or CINO is a person in a company who is primarily responsible for managing the process of innovation in an organization, as well as being in some cases the person who "originates new ideas but also recognizes innovative ideas generated by other people."The term "chief innovation officer" was first coined and described in the 1998 book Fourth Generation R&D.The CINO is responsible for managing the innovation process inside the organization that identifies strategies, business opportunities and new technologies and then develops new capabilities and architectures with partners, new business models and new industry structures to serve those opportunities.
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  • Mobile Media Summit Takes on Apps and Ads in San Francisco

    … Katelman, EVP, global strategic partnerships, digital at Omnicom Media Group; Dave Marsey, EVP, managing director at DigitasLBi; Mike Parker, chief digital officer at McCann; Justin Smith, EVP, ECD, chief innovation officer at Doner and Scott Symonds, managing director of media at AKQA To register and to view the full agenda and speaker list visit: As a Street Fight reader, save 10 percent on tickets with code SFM10. …

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  • Agencies outline their biggest challenges (other than clients)

    …. Agencies can get pigeonholed because they have done one thing well and the best and brightest individuals will get bored if they’re only used one dimensionally. A beer fridge is nice, but the opportunity to do multi-category leading work is always better. Ben Gaddis, chief innovation officer, T3 Differentiation continues to be the largest…

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