Looking for the next big idea?
Has your organization ever come up with a game-changing idea, but never got implemented?
If you’re like most business leaders, you’ve seen this happen many times. Countless ideas and initiatives fall to the wayside because there wasn’t a feasible plan to get the job done.
Big ideas are attention-getting, but they can be a risky gamble because they are often impractical and too expensive to put into practice. That’s why most big ideas get left on the cutting room floor. They sound good in theory, but fall apart in the execution.
The Power of Small Tweaks
We believe there’s a better way to achieve breakthrough success - innovate in inches.
The concept is simple - instead of gambling on large gains, we bet on small ones. In other words, we encourage organizations to look for tiny tweaks that can reap big rewards.
The reason this works is that it orients the organization around what it already does well and then identifies ways to make small improvements that can make a difference. Not only is this approach easier to implement, but it helps quickly build momentum in the organization by achieving some quick wins.
Not sure where to start? Our Inch Innovation process will help you identify the key opportunities within your organization, along with how to deploy this approach.
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