Setting the innovation strategy is one thing.

Executing this strategy and getting the desired result is another.

Organizing4Innovation offers Innovation Programs with progress and performance metrics to speed up the rate of change and drive profitability. Our programs are tailored to the unique needs of each organization and project, as to maximize engagement and minimize the waste of time and resources.

Are budgets, personnel, and IT capacity limiting your organization's rate of change? Do you have the required structure, metrics, and accountability in place to make the most of these limited resources? If not, rest assured, you are not alone.

Request a complimentary P.R.O.F.I.T. Playbook to learn what's possible. Increase the rate of change in your organization with an innovation program that maximizes engagement and minimizes the waste of time and resources. P.R.O.F.I.T. stands for: P - Pace of Change | R - Rapid Innovation | O - Ongoing Engagement | F - Forward Momentum | I – Increased speed | T – Tangible results.


Tailored journeys

Focus on the tasks that are most important to the team and project.


Share the workload among team members.

Bite-size modules

Bite-size modules that explain what to do and how.

Top-notch content

Use the best tools at the right time: Design thinking, Agile, lean startup, customer-driven planning, effectuation, and more.


Weekly tasks

Always know what to focus on next and what the team is working towards.

Clear instructions

All tasks come with clear instructions, videos, and many examples.

Progress tracking

Weekly insight into the progress the team is making.


Performance tracking

Always know how each team is doing.

Reports with one click

Create the business case and other reports with one click.


Read our cases to see the results clients delivered within six months.

The Steering Wheel Difference

The benefits of Structure, Guidance, & Metrics

Listen to Scott Howell, the Technology & Information Services Director of McInnes Cooper. He explains in a 2-minute video how the Steering Wheel (formerly known as T4) benefited their law firm.