INNOVATION

How your organisation can build an innovation
strategy for future growth and success

Creativity is not a mystery

There is a lot of good research evidence about how to encourage creativity in the workplace and support innovation.

The chances are that the people who would find the solutions you need are already working for you, just in the wrong place or working in the wrong way.

Identify the mission, then identify the right creative people and experts, inspire them and resource their work, then test and implement their ideas…

The right people in the right team can produce radical results, and change the way you do business.

 

Don't let your good ideas get held down

Remove the ceiling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOMEONE,
SOMEWHERE

IS FORGING A SILVER BULLET WITH YOUR COMPANY’S NAME ON IT

However successful you think you are, a competitor or an innovative new start-up company may be targeting your market share.

All companies need to innovate to survive and grow. So how do you out-think the competition?

How do you unlock your people’s creativity and develop a capacity for innovation?

In short, how do you future-proof your business?

Here are four ways I can help your organisation develop its creativity capability.

Culture

Culture

Help to create a culture of creativity and innovation throughout the organisation

Strategy

Strategy

Work with senior management to design and implement an innovation strategy

Training

Training

Deliver a customised executive training programme to match the strategy

R&D Unit

R&D Unit

Recruit and manage creative teams, combining external experts and inside talent

 

 

CREATIVITY DOCTOR

INNOVATION THINKER AND RESEARCHER, CREATIVE¬†TEAM BUILDER AND MAVERICK…

Peter Bloore is a business consultant to the media, leisure and entertainment industries, and the charity sector.

For the last four years he has been chair of the R&D unit at Merlin Entertainments plc, recruiting and leading a team to dream up rollercoaster ideas and other attractions for the theme parks of the future worldwide.

He is head of story and concept development for an innovative new touring arena show; a university lecturer in creativity and business management; and author of a recent book on creativity.

For more about Peter please click here, or he can be contacted at peter@peterbloore.com.