"In a constantly changing world those who are not tired of learning will inherit the world, while those who consider themselves already educated will find themselves perfectly formed for a world that no longer exists" Eric Hoffer
We live in a world made up of billions of interconnected people. Thanks to technology, it is possible to create and disseminate new knowledge in a very short time on a global scale and easily reproduce new goods and services. The use of these technologies and the interconnection of minds leads to an accelerated change in society.
Making innovation therefore means being able to generate knowledge and transform it into value by satisfying the new needs of the market. Since in nature the strongest does not survive, but the one who adapts better, even in the free market survive only the organizations that best adapt and renew themselves continuously. Innovation therefore becomes a continuous process of knowledge generation and implementation, vital for organizations because it helps them remain competitive on the market.
Search and creation of new ideas through the creative capacity of the community.
Transform an idea into a concrete proposal through collaboration enhancing the collective intelligence
Selection of the most valid proposals to be implemented among all present
Implementation of the project by a team of competent people capable of producing added value
Innovation creates value and new knowledge that is extended to the whole organization
Launch of a challenge from the managers or a new idea for the realization of the objectives
The ideas submitted are viewed by interested colleagues, voted and commented
The evaluators approve the best ideas transforming them into projects and appoint the project manager
The project manager appoints the team for implementation and defines the activities to be carried out
Completed projects become best practices from which everyone can take inspiration