Balance creativity and effectiveness to create more value faster
Doing the right things – and doing them in the right way. That is what effective innovation is all about. We apply Lean Innovation to define the ‘right things’ and the ‘right way’ for your organisation.
By putting users first and focusing on their needs, your solution design shifts up a gear to create improved services and lasting customer loyalty.
Virtual visual planning
With more businesses operating globally, it often means project teams are split up and located all around the world – making visual plans hard to share. With virtual visual planning you can make sure that everyone is on the same page.
Product strategy and technology
If you optimise your technology and product projects, you will be able to realise your business strategy faster.
Open innovation and user-centred design
Discovery-driven innovation opens new business opportunities. But to get full value out of this, you need to involve your customers, your partners and your competitors.
Taking risks and stimulating radical ideas while still delivering bottom line results. Not an easy task, but we can help you master this balance.
Will Lean kill creativity in innovation?
In order to establish an innovative work process, it is essential to blend creativity & efficiency in the right ratio. This is true individually for team members, but also for collaboration within a team. Most professionals know that Lean can help increase efficiency, but how does Lean influence creativity?
The Speed Dilemma
Imagine yourself being in charge of a company that delivers the best quality product to the market. You deliver faster than the competitors. You use less resources than the others. Employee satisfaction is skyrocketing. And best of all, you can spend the majority of your time developing your people and setting the strategic direction for your company.
Put all your eggs in one basket
In dynamic business environments, innovation and development are often key capabilities that are needed to take advantage of the opportunities provided by changing conditions. The old saying ”Do not put all your eggs in one basket” has little value in such environments.