Let’s face it, you can’t get away with flogging the same old product or service over and over again.
One of your competitors has just come up with a new solution; more and more of your clients ask whether you have any “new innovative products”: These are some of the signs you can’t ignore anymore.
The company will soon start losing market share unless you place a lot more emphasis on innovation.
Until now, you have always been the main source of creative ideas in your team. But this is not sustainable anymore. You must build a team that is capable of coming up with new, exciting products.
But how can you build such a team? Here are 7 essential elements: Read More
- How do you tap into employees’ creativity and quickly turn innovative ideas into product development projects?
- How do you save and share the kind of tacit knowledge which can’t be explained, only shown?
- How do you collect employees’ experiences in the form of ready to use cases and apply them to actual problem solving situations?
Last week I was invited to an event that promised to answer these three questions, by introducing participants to the latest technological innovations that might be ways of solving these commonly met dilemmas.
I have to admit that I have never been a tech guy. And I have always been a bit suspicious when it comes to technology in the HR field. When we try to replace human relationships with technology, I think we are on the wrong track.
However, the presentations showed that technology in HR can work the other way round: it can actually be the facilitator of more sharing and more open discussion, and help create more inspiration between colleagues.
I am happy to share what I learned about these three very interesting technological solutions.