Organizing4Innovation

Organizing4Innovation brings transparency to the innovation process. The power of T4 makes it clear what teams do, learn, and deliver. With such transparency, it becomes possible to hold teams accountable, and by holding teams accountable you will get the best possible innovation results. Always.

The power of T4

McKinsey found that just 6% of companies are satisfied with their innovation results. That is unacceptable. It is therefore time for a new approach to innovation, that gets the best possible results. Always.

T4 innovation defined as an opportunity to learn

    1. From the McKinsey report that found that just 6% of executives are satisfied with the innovation performance of their organization
    2. See our case studies for more on these results

Why our future relies on more inclusive and transparent innovation, World Economic Forum, 2019

Building Trust and Transparency Into Future Innovation, Inc.com, 2019

Transparency is the new normal, top takeaways from the 2018 innovation series, Forbes 2018

 

Everyone talks about trust and transparency in the innovation process, we know how to make it happen

Learn how T4 powered our clients:

  • Transparency about metrics improved ICTU's overall outcomes of their innovation activities and helped them to create a return on investment
  • Transparency about objectives enabled Technolution to create clarity about innovation outcomes and get a six-figure contract before even finishing the development of their new offering
  • Transparency about the process helped Children's National to build trust between operations and innovation and made the crowdfunding experiment a valuable learning experience for everyone involved
  • Transparency about teamwork in a George Washington Telemedicine Program made managing their innovation projects a rewarding experience for all participants
  • Transparency about commitment helped a patent lawyer to know when it was time to stop his innovation project

Are your teams set up for success?

At Organizing4Innovation we consider the innovation process a learning experience, because it is important that a team not only knows what needs to be done, but also how.

You can compare it with the minor and major leagues in baseball. Before investing in and letting players play in the major league, they are tested and vetted in the minor league. Similarly, we give teams the opportunity to prove themselves in the early phases of the innovation process, so they are ready when it is time to invest in the development and implemention of these new solutions.

We have created a 12 question readiness assessment, to see if a team is set up for success.

Is your team set up for success? Take the readiness assessment below to find out!

Our offerings

MANAGE ONE PROJECT

If you would like to access the power of T4, while you test your idea and bring it to practice, sign up for our online Accelerator program. A program tailored to the needs of your team.

Let’s set you up for success and accelerate your progress!

OVERSEE A PORTFOLIO

If you are overseeing a portfolio of innovation projects, consider incorporating the power of T4 in your innovation process, so that you know what your teams do, learn, and deliver at all times.

Let’s create innovation teams that deliver beyond expectations!

FACILITATE MANY PROJECTS

If you facilitate many innovation projects, license the power of T4. Become part of our train-the-trainer community. Know what your teams do, learn, and deliver at all times.

Let's join forces and create a powerful and winning combination!

What our clients say about us

"We've been notified that we have been awarded the contract due to merit and them liking the value proposition. This a huge win and boost of confidence for our new direction, and I'd like to thank you for your part in this outcome!"

General Manager

"Our advisory board told the partners that we should work much more with a strategy, starting with the current strategy business development for the Netherlands, use that as a basis for the other countries in which we work, and then look at where we want to expand / tap new markets / etc. Finally, I feel acknowledged. Hopefully this is the end of our ad-hoc approach and that we can start working in a much more concrete and strategic way." 

Anna Everding - Business Developer KCAP

"You have no idea how grateful I am for all the help I received from you during this process. If I could award a Nobel Prize, it would go to you!" 

Annelies Geerts - PhD Candidate