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How to Look For a Chief Innovation Officer

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You may have noticed the rise of a new C-level executive called the chief innovation officer. This is a relatively recent phenomenon, especially in the insurance industry, where both Chubb and AIG have chosen to invest in creating this position at a global level.

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First it should be clear that the CIO will not innovate, himself. Innovation can occur in the head of any employee at any time. In my experience the innovations happen when there are challenges. So the tasks of the CIO should include: a)- The discovery of the challenges in the environment (market, enterprise, product, processes, etc.). b)- The placement of the challenges in the environment. c)- The establishment of means to monitor the solution of the challenges. d)- The proposal for projects for accomplishment of the good innovations. Sounds good?
Posted by Joao B | Tuesday, August 27 2013 at 8:33AM ET
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