Impact innovation overview
The business system for high-impact innovation
Having a business system to continuously generate high-impact innovation on the market is imperative for every company.
It is of little concern to our customers, both now and in the future, how well organised we are, how good we are at cutting costs and reducing waste, or how many problems we have solved or how many we still have to deal with. Or how good we have been in meeting their needs up to now.
Our customers are only concerned about a few simple things with regard to our products and services:
- What impact the products have on their private and professional life.
- What value the products have from their point of view.
- The perception of the products’ uniqueness and distinctiveness in the market.
- What meaning the products has for them.
- How much the products cost and whether or not the advantages to be gained are considered to be worth that price.
- That the products are available when needed.
To thrive in a context where the amount of products and services from all over the world is increasing dramatically, often causing dramatic drops in prices, we must become effective in introducing innovative, high-impact products and services before our competitors do.
The objective of this executive workshop is to offer a complete overview of the Lenovys method (Impact Innovation) for building an innovative, differentiated and focused high-impact proposal capable of opening new market areas, to put it into practice, successfully experiment with it and to drive it with a consistent system of metrics, while at the same time gaining the ability to employ all the resources available, both external and internal, in order to achieve this goal on time and under budget.
A limited enrolment training event aimed at Entrepreneurs – CEO – General Managers – Product/R&D/Innovation Managers.
- The 5 steps of impact innovation
- How to create high-impact innovations and differentiate yourself from competition
- How to reduce risks and time-to-market
- How to facilitate and sustain innovation over time
- How to manage innovation processes
- Case studies and exercises
REGISTRATION CLOSED – FULLY BOOKED.
Roberto Bianco, President of the Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Chamber
Maria Scaramuzzi - Business Competitiveness Group, ICT
and Impact Innovation. His personal and professional philosophy always has people at its heart, driving him on in the continual research of methods for ensuring greater results with less effort and greater well-being. Author of the best sellers "Lean Innovation. Strategies to Innovate People, Products and Processes", "Toyota Way, The 14 Principles for the Rebirth of the Italian Industrial System" and "Toyota Way for Lean Leadership".