We know organisations are unique and often need different styles and approaches to delivery. Through collaboration with industry experts, we have created a framework which will help you generate creative ideas and take the right ones through to implementation and business value.
Firstly we need to absorb ourselves in the challenge and understand what problem you are solving. Being fully immersed means you understand the challenge from all angles and completely understand its context. Then we open up collaboration and give access to vast creative concepts without judgement, preconceived constraints and worrying about ‘but how’…
Starting to develop the idea begins with prioritising which ones you want to focus on. The others don’t go away, but remain in your idea backlog. Then we nurture the chosen ideas to enable their full potential to show through and understand the relationships between ideas to enable consolidation and growth.
Test and Learn
The key for this phase is to understand what results you are trying to prove, what environment they can best succeed in and the speed of your feedback loop. The terminology of ‘pivot or pursue’ rather than ‘Go/No Go’ moves more towards an approach based on continued learning rather than waterfall project delivery and helps to focus the mind on the ultimate outcome.
Linking the original vision, desired outcome and conditions of satisfaction to the proven test results will give significant data to enable a decision regarding further investment. This is far more information that would normally be provided for standard deliveries and a great opportunity to showcase what has already been proven.
With inputs taken from an armoury of tools our specialism here is in our ability to deliver with agility and at pace whilst always maintaining that focus on the outcome. Often starting delivery with a minimal viable product, business benefits are realised early and a consistently fast yet controlled pace of change is maintained.
Innovation doesn’t have to mean uncontrolled chaos, it does take a different form. For those who like to maintain a level of control, the framework includes full governance and audit capability. This allows you to give confidence to stakeholders who may be looking for a return on investment as well as ensuring controls are in place to track that the solution is solving the original business problem identified.