Key benefits summarized

Embedded Continuous Improvement

Ideas, experiences and insights are in one place, enabling participants to generate, share and prioritize feedback in a trusted community. It’s an “end-to-end” idea management system that makes it is much easier to continuously improve products, process, policy and governance.

Why does it work so well?

It combines people’s natural preference to share and their desire to make things better with a compelling process which encourages and recognises effort. Simplicity, clear purpose and timely communication all combine, making it easy to make a contribution and be part of the process. It recognises that the individual person at work knows better than anyone else what makes him or her more productive (even in routine work the only true expert is the person who does the job).

What are the benefits to managers?

It makes Managers better and more creative by giving them a simple way to:

What are the benefits to employees?

They know that management values their contribution and experience.

What are the benefits to a company?

How can Innovation be made sustainable?

Regular management-led conversations and scrutiny of these eight sources of opportunity will drive innovation. The imperative is to reach out to look, to ask, to listen.

  1. Your organization’s own unexpected successes and failures
  2. Also those of the competition.
  3. Incongruities, especially those in a process, such as production, distribution, or incongruities in customer behaviour.
  4. Process needs.
  5. Changes in industry and market structures.
  6. Changes in demographics.
  7. Changes in meaning and perception.
  8. New knowledge.