How Can Innovation Work For You?
Works is a simple approach utilising proven good practices in projects with limited resources.
Project teams learn to develop and test valuable knowledge and skills early in the project. Customers benefit from the early focus on value creation. Organisations demonstrate a deeper respect for customer expectations and satisfaction. Stakeholders collaboratively realise the most valuable mutually beneficial shared objectives. Together stakeholders measure project success with a ruler of increments including demand, value, expectations and satisfaction.
Practitioners blends proven existing industry good practices fromManufacturing, Project and Management methodologies into a simple project approach. This blended approach is tailored to yield the maximum value creation within the limited resources available to the project.
is an incremental and transformational process of continuous improvement, problem solving, waste reduction and knowledge diffusion tools and techniques. practitioners seek to eliminate waste, add value and reduce costs while enhancing respect for people and the planet. approaches, tools and techniques are focused on greater demand driven customer satisfaction. benefits include higher yields, improved performance, greater efficiencies and safer outcomes resulting in lowering the number of errors, cycle times and costs.
Project management practitioners support greater project success. Practitioners apply industry good practices, through planning, execution, monitoring and control of projects. These project are often complex unique time bound efforts beyond the normal day to day business operations.
Experts defineas, the creation of new products, services or business processes for social or commercial gain.
Teams using simple structuredapproaches to Innovating new products, processes, services or expectations with the maximum potential for success. projects add greater commercial value and social gains, knowledge diffusion and competitive advantage to most bottom line. For many years, such approaches to have been practised and proven successful in resource hungry developing countries like India, Africa and those of south America. So much so that in recent years many of the most successful companies in the developed world have been practising, adopting and applying successfully including …
GE, Renault-Nissan Alliance, Ford, PepsiCo, Saatchi & Saatchi, Marks and Spencer, Fujitsu, XeroxGroup, Barclays Bank, Mars, etc…
The benefit ofis its ability to maximise the effectiveness of existing available resources, skills, knowledge, expertise, capacities and capabilities. Teams apply what is available leaner, cleaner, simpler with respect to people and the planet in often the most constrained projects with the ultimate objective of …
‘Doing Better With Less’.
In the developing world, the needs of many micro firms, small to medium commercial and social organisations is to ‘Do More With Less’.Works is a method of cultivating creative core cultures needed to . Cultures which often are restricted from ‘do more’ but free to ‘do better’.
Better at delivering better customer products, processes, services and experiences.
Better at meeting escalating levels of customer demand, expectation and satisfaction.