Idealogy model for successful innovating
EA3 has a pragmatic model for the implementation of innovations which we call our idealogy. We don’t take ourselves too serious, but making your innovation work we take death serious.
Besides the ‘Art’ of creating a truly valuable innovation, ‘Craftsmanship’ is necessary for the successful implementation of an innovation, within the context of the ecosystem in which the innovation has to add value.
Success in the implementation phase is a result of right actions and not a result of mere luck.
Every brand, product or service is just as good as the ability to be successfully implemented. To make it relevant and future proof in a world of constant disruption.
Are sustainable materials and properties in the core of your strategy?
Do your flows of information and resources enable reuse and remanufacturing?
Bad timing can strip a great innovation of every chance of success.
Is this the right time to implement?
Without the right tools innovating successfully is almost an impossible job.
Do you have the right tools?
Every successful innovation makes an organization more successful.
Are you a successful innovator?
Innovation needs teamwork from an all-star team.
Can your team do the job?
Various stakeholders impact the success of an innovation.
Are all stakeholders in the ecosystem hooked up?
Determine from the start what profit will come from the innovation and how.
Are there quantifiable structural profits?
Every innovation starts with an idea.
Is it a good idea? Why?