What does it take to deliver innovation?

Delivering innovation projects is unlike regular improvement initiatives.

Innovation projects require exploration and acquiring new knowledge. As such they require new tools.

We bring decades of facilitation, consulting and coaching skills to enable your organization to deliver innovation projects.

What’s more, it will help build capabilities to innovate in your organization.

Organizations need to innovate not once, but repeatedly and with consistency. They don’t require just a few innovators, they need everyone to contribute to innovation. This requires not just individual skills and knowledge, but organization-wide capabilities.

How to deliver innovation projects?

We recommend 3 distinct tools to mobilize for innovation

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Ideation Sprints

Ideation sprints go beyond creativity sessions.  It engages a large group of stakeholders, employees, suppliers and customers to gather insights on how to solve the critical challenge for which ideation is initiated. 

 Ideation sprints using the Ideation360® platform use an AI-powered crowdsourcing solution to engage and collect ideas, cluster them and use a hypothesis-based approach to identify solution concepts.

The sprint programs are delivered within 12 weeks

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Build an Army of Intrapreneurs

One of the most powerful ways to innovate is unleashing the entrepreneurial capacity of the employees, we call it entrepreneurship.

We are inspired by the Adobe KickBox® methodology and help organizations to establish an intrapreneurship program.

This includes setting up a process to make evaluate intrapreneurial ideas and implement them as well as training and coaching employees on the skills and methods required to convert ideas to a viable business.

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Project Approach

Innovation projects don’t have to be long-term projects. With our sprint-based approach to delivering innovation, we deliver incremental innovations within 12 weeks.

The approach builds on proven innovation tool kits such as outcome-driven innovation (developed by Tony Ulwick), Lean Startup (developed by Steve Blank), and Where to play (developed by Sharon Tal & Marc Gruber).

One of the fastest ways to innovate is by adding innovation elements to your existing offer.

We help you do this using the 10 types of innovation framework. 

Knowledge Share

Ten Types of innovation - An explainer

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