The 6 i’s® of innovation

Developed by industry expert Natalie Turner, this model creates long-lasting value for your organisation so you can leverage your strengths where it counts.

It’s all about your people

We’ll start by using the unique online profiling tool to discover the individual and collective strengths of your company.

Once you know how your team indexes, it’s time to consider how you can leverage these strengths to build on your innovation culture in the long-term.

In other words, you’ll be able to determine the strengths of each individual in your team and begin to adjust your innovation culture to harness and celebrate these strengths.

The real-world relevance is simple. There are three applications:

1.    Individual awareness and its use for coaching and mentoring

2.    A team building and project management tool

3.    A way of creating value and driving cultural change

If the last few years have taught businesses anything, it’s that business survival skills are absolutely essential in navigating the disruption of the business world – purpose-driven innovation is the survival skill that keeps your organisation disruptive and your processes smooth.

A recommendation from inventor of the model

Food for thought: 10 tips from the food industry

In this short article Natalie Turner outlines 10 key tips and lessons from Simon’s experience of food and beverage npd and innovation in the food industry.

Why not follow the link and watch the “In conversation with…” for yourself?

Have you ever felt as though your business doesn’t have what it needs to innovate?

Yes, you can innovate – the Six I’sⓇ of Innovation model is a purpose-driven methodology that gives clarity to your organisation’s strategy and purpose.

Using a practical, human-centric approach, we can progress through the Six I’sⓇ of Innovation model from the centre where purpose lies.

Purpose gives clarity, and if you link it to the organisation’s overall strategy and purpose, you’ll know you’re on the right path.

Are you ready to start progressing?

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