The Steering Wheel
Organizing4Innovation drives the agility & productivity of organizations by providing innovation teams with a proven path to success.
Focus on the tasks that are most important to the team and project.
Share the workload among team members.
Bite-size modules that explain what to do and how.
Use the best tools at the right time: Design thinking, Agile, lean startup, customer-driven planning, effectuation, and more.
Always know what to focus on next and what the team is working towards.
All tasks come with clear instructions, videos, and many examples.
Weekly insight into the progress the team is making.
Always know how each team is doing.
Reports with one click
Create the business case and other reports with one click.
The benefits of the Steering Wheel
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.
Stuck trying to improve the innovation process?
One would assume innovation managers know how to improve the innovation process to near perfection. Yet, in most organizations, the innovation process performs abysmally, with fewer than 20% of projects delivering up to expectations.
By studying the innovation processes of many firms, we learned that there are two ways to organize the innovation process: Strategically or Opportunistically. Mixing and matching the two Innovation Process Types leads to confusion, frustration, and a waste of resources. Whereas understanding your firm's Innovation Process Type and then organizing your innovation process accordingly is the way to improve its innovation performance.
What is the right infrastructure for your organization? Take the 5-minute Innovation Process Type Quiz and get a tailored report explaining your organization’s Innovation Process Type.
The Capterra innovation software category has given us a 5-star rating. See how our T4 platform compares when it comes to offering an innovation process & innovation management.