Here’s a simple but essential tip when establishing your innovation challenges: pick ‘fights’ that are useful and bring attainable value to your organisation.
The Brazilian company Fleury – a leading provider of clinical analyses in Latin America – has currently more than 10,000 employees. All can participate in Fleury’s innovation efforts. In 2007, the company initiated a programme to encourage suggestions for how … Read More
Associazione Centro ELIS, a non-profit organisation focused on preparing both young and adults for the labour market, is calling on its main stakeholders and Italian universities students to get involved in social and individual development efforts. ELIS, in association with … Read More
‘What’s in it for me?’ is the question your people will ask. Incentives motivate people. It’s not necessarily about tangible rewards such as prizes, but, most of all, recognition. Being recognised and to gain visibility inside the organisation motivates people to contribute to idea management programmes in every stage of the process – from thinking to creation to action.
You want to set the innovation ball rolling, but you need your team to come along. What’s the trick to engaging people and their enthusiasm? 1. First, a thorough and intelligent communication plan Building a communication plan that promotes innovation … Read More
As any good coach recognizes, if your team is not motivated, why bother set the ball rolling? The challenge applies to innovation. You may have your program in place with a brand, a logo, and maybe even a mascot. You … Read More
Innovation is not new to Russian companies and the local business community. There is however something new in how this word is being applied. A growing number of Russian based organizations have realized that innovation can be created as a … Read More
Organizations using Exago’s Idea Market platform can take advantage of participation metrics at the user level. This allows administrators to identify which employees are actively engaging with the software and those who are not, determining participants’ interest in innovation before … Read More