Innovation in a Box™
Watch creator Rick Boersma as he illustrates and explains innovation in the video below:
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The training program Innovation in a Box™ equips participants with the knowledge, skills, and experience they need to generate breakthrough solutions. As a “grassroots” program, Innovation in a Box puts tools into the hands of managers and frontline employees that they can use immediately to problem-solve day-to-day issues. Innovation in a Box™ creates a “culture of innovation” by enabling small groups to be successful on real projects.
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Innovation is more than brainstorming and ideation. There are a number of essential steps to creative problem-solving, and Innovation in a Box™ provides an opportunity to experience all of them through the i5 process.
The i5 takes the guesswork out of the innovation process by providing clear direction through the stages.
- Identification: Focusing on the right opportunities.
- Investigation: Identifying the root causes and contributing factors.
- Ideation: Generating and Strengthening Breakthrough Solutions.
- Impact: Choosing the Right Solution
- Implementation: Mapping an Execution Strategy
Our objective in designing Innovation in a Box™ was to ensure that participants leave the program capable and committed to leading their own innovation work sessions. They acquire the necessary knowledge and skill, and leave the experience with a toolkit they know how to use.
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