Adoption challenges are for the most part preventable

If lawyers or legal professionals don’t understand why a new technology is beneficial or how it is aligned with their organization’s strategic goals, what will drive them to adopt it? This is the problem PhD in Innovation Floor Blindenbach examines in her most recent column for Legaltech Hub titled, “Adoption Challenges, Blame the Business Case! Seriously.” Carving […]

De-Risking Innovation for Law Firms

Does your law firm possess the metrics and processes to track its legal tech investments and returns? When your firm is flourishing, you may get away with not tracking this information. However, in challenging times, you must be able to rely on your innovation capabilities. This becomes impossible when the automatic response in times of […]

Interview with Daya Naef -about GENERATIVE AI (CHATGPT) in law firms

  Daya Naef is the founder of the Success Partner. She interviewed Dr. Floor Blindenbach and together they discuss how (smaller) law firms can take advantage of a new technology like ChatGPT. Among others, they discussed the Generative AI (ChatGPT) Project Program that Organizing4Innovation is launching on August 31.          


Generative AI (ChatGPT) will change the legal industry. How exactly? We don’t know either. Talking and speculating about what the technology can and cannot do, however, can take a lot of time. Time that is unlikely to yield much in terms of results. On the other hand, jumping in two feet first is not wise […]

PDMA Handbook – Fourth Edition

Wiley: “State-of-the-art overview of all aspects of new product development from start to finish” The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) Handbook of Innovation and New Product Development provides an exceptional review of cutting-edge topics for both new and experienced product development leaders, and academics interested in emerging research, offering a comprehensive and updated guide to […]

Is This Worth It? The Importance of Numbers and Evidence in the Innovation Process

When doubt creeps in… Two years into their project, a team started to question whether their efforts would yield the desired results. Doubts began to creep in, prompting them to ponder: Is this worth it? Such uncertainty is not uncommon when embarking on an innovation journey. However, it is crucial to assess the situation objectively […]

Business-Centric versus User-Centric

When bringing a new tech or solution to practice, striking the right balance between being business-centric and user-centric is crucial. The success of any new solution heavily relies on satisfying the needs and expectations of both the business and its target users. The following is a scenario that we see happen all too often. An […]

Technology adoption pitfalls

According to ChatGPT, There are several common mistakes that teams can make when it comes to technology adoption and implementation: Failing to identify and address the root cause of the problem: Sometimes, teams may focus too much on the symptoms of a problem and fail to identify the underlying cause. This can lead to ineffective […]

Organizing4Innovation receives VIPC grant

      P.S. This VIPC grant is helping us to further develop our Steering Wheel platform that provides structure, guidance, and metrics to the innovation process, so employees can drive their projects and management can identify the most promising opportunities.

Improvisation or Structure?

Exploring new ideas and concepts is a crucial part of the innovation process, but the question arises: is improvisation or structure the better approach? While improvisation may seem like the more creative approach, the facts and anecdotes suggest otherwise. The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) has consistently demonstrated that companies with more structured approaches […]


Part 4: What makes a top performing team?

In the previous parts of this blog series, I addressed that high engagement of the innovation team is key to successful outcomes. I also explained that telling teams what to do works counterproductive. Instead of engaging, it makes a team more likely that teams go stealth – wanting to do their own thing. The best […]

Part 3: Going beyond asking the right question at the right time

In Part 1 of this blog series, I explained that high engagement is key to successful innovation outcomes. Part 2 addressed why telling teams what to do works counterproductive. It may even repel some innovators, who then will go stealth so they can keep doing their own thing. The way to circumvent that, is to […]