4 steps to get ahead of competition through organic innovation

Let’s face it: There is no status quo! If you don’t aim to improve what you do, you get worse at it! That is the nature of moneys’ worth and it is equally true in work life. If you don’t look for, and implement new and better ways of working, someone else will take your spot on the dance floor and eventually overtake your position in the market and go home with the party queen.

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Follow up on the ideas at every meeting

If you embark on a journey that involves a continuous improvement process, make sure that your colleagues know that it matters. Not to you, but to them! Follow up on each idea at your weekly meetings and indicate which phase the idea is currently in. Visualize progress on the whiteboard.

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Engage colleagues in a transparent and visual process

Whiteboards are used to ensure that everybody sees what gets prioritized and which ideas are considered most likely to impact the teams objectives.

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Set team objectives

To improve, you need to set directions. What are the direction in which you want to move your business? You can only focus on 3-4 objectives at a time. Typically I would recommend that you set-up objectives within these four category to avoid any bias and tunnel sight:

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4 steps to get ahead of competition through organic innovation

Let’s face it: There is no status quo! If you don’t aim to improve what you do, you get worse at it! That is the nature of moneys’ worth and it is equally true in work life. If you don’t look for, and implement new and better ways of working, someone else will take your spot on the dance floor and eventually overtake your position in the market and go home with the party queen.

Read More

Engage colleagues in a transparent and visual process

Whiteboards are used to ensure that everybody sees what gets prioritized and which ideas are considered most likely to impact the teams objectives.

Read More

Follow up on the ideas at every meeting

If you embark on a journey that involves a continuous improvement process, make sure that your colleagues know that it matters. Not to you, but to them! Follow up on each idea at your weekly meetings and indicate which phase the idea is currently in. Visualize progress on the whiteboard.

Read More

Set team objectives

To improve, you need to set directions. What are the direction in which you want to move your business? You can only focus on 3-4 objectives at a time. Typically I would recommend that you set-up objectives within these four category to avoid any bias and tunnel sight:

Read More

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