Our session at the Global Academy was a great example of something called "rapid innovation," a process that combines digital and analog tools, and which can be replicated in business settings focused on a social mission.
So you already know that you need to engage a diversity of stakeholders in contributing their opinions, knowledge, ideas, and analysis. In the past you have done this through a survey, a focus group, a round-table discussion, or in the form of a meeting, right?
What if you could get a richer level of engagement, better quantity and quality of input, while giving participants an enjoyable and interactive experience?
If this sparks your curiosity, you are ready to step up your approach to getting input or feedback and consider the “collaborative consultation” instead.
More and more organizations are realizing that having an Innovation Lab does very little to engage employees in innovation. While many believe that Innovation Labs create a culture of innovation across the organization, they have been shown to have the opposite effect: in fact, they alienate employees from the concept and process of innovation.