For whatever reason, your innovation is not generating the outcomes and financial success the business needs
You are at a loss on how to proceed
You’re a CEO, Vice President of Innovation, Research and Development, or Marketing and youare confused by all the choices available to you and don’t know what to do to improve innovation in your company.
You are looking for a scientifically-developed organizational assessment that will also benchmark your innovation culture and capability in your industry. You are looking for advisers who will work with you to build an action plan, help you quickly implement it, provide training, organization development, and pulse your progress.
You can improve your innovation
Innovation is quite doable. It is measurable, manageable, and will drive results. You can transform your organization with the right analytics, direction, and culture. You can improve your innovation while still maintaining a focus on excellence with your current operations and financial obligations. If you don’t improve your innovation, you’ll fall behind and be eaten by your competition.
Without a clear understanding of your current culture and capability for innovation, you won’t know how to best maximize your organization’s ability to innovate, create value and improve financial success.
The InnovationOne Health Index solves this guess work with a scientifically developed assessment of your current culture and capability for innovation.
What you will receive:
Identifying areas of strength and weakness
Benchmarking of your innovation in your industry or country
Meaningful analytics you can quickly act on to improve innovation
Executive workshop to strategically plan how to improve your innovation
Ongoing, timely assessments to track your progress and make adjustments
Additional support and training for your workforce, teams and leaders.
Improved innovation and business performance
WHAT DRIVES INNOVATION?
We work with organizations to measure, benchmark and build innovation through:
Executives making innovation a strategic imperative, intimately understanding the customer experience, and enthusiastically communicating their strategic focus to employees.
Investing in required capital, digital technologies, organizational learning, and employees skills to fuel innovation.
Broadly disseminating market, customer, and competitive information and promoting experimentation. Then, selecting the best innovations to commercialize.
Aligning the organization’s operations and empowering teams to commercialize new products, services or business models.
HOW WE PARTNER WITH YOU
As your employees take our survey, we map their answers to the InnovationOne Health Index and important benchmarks. The results will give you a clear picture of your current strengths and areas for improvement among the four organizational dimensions for innovation: Leadership, Resources, Knowledge Management, and Implementation Process.
It will provide you with a baseline to make immediate changes and to lay the foundation for changes over the next year. We will work with you to understand your analytics, plot your strategy for improvement, and to set up a fast-paced action plan. We can also provide you “hands-on” assistance for making these important changes to improve your innovation and business performance. Finally, we will help you measure and track your progress!
We have the No. 1 diagnostic tool to improve your organization’s innovation!
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