Do you want to spark innovation in your organization? We show you how to bring novel ideas into your organization.
What is innovation and how is it created? We help you sort out what kind of innovations your organization needs. Is it about innovative products, new processes or new business models?
The answers to these questions are irritatingly diverse. That’s why you should take a closer look: What problem do you want to solve? Is it about innovative products or the further development of structures and processes? The following always applies: the work only begins with innovative ideas, because it is also necessary to implement them permanently within the organization.
What is Metaplan‘s unique perspective in the context of innovation:
No one openly stands in the way of the desire to be innovative; at the same time, there are good reasons to maintain the status quo. We show you how to deal with the tension.
Can innovation be created on the fly, or do you need specialized places for innovation, such as hubs or labs? We show you which organizational structure suits which innovation.
Innovation is often associated with something completely new; however, it is often already there as an informal solution to existing problems. We help you track down these innovative approaches.
If you want to innovate, you have to get started. We show you how to get going and then make sure that people follow you.
Innovation requires hierarchy. We show you how to use hierarchy to turn an idea into an innovation.
Questions that we can help you answer
How can we understand and describe innovation?
What’s hampered innovation so far, and how can this be changed?
How do you create innovation-friendly structures?
What good experiences have you already had, and what mistakes do you not want to repeat?
Who do we need to make innovation possible?
How do you get innovation on the agenda, and then move from talking to doing?