Share innovation challenges to find solutions faster.
Share commercial or operational challenges with a wider group. In a few clicks you can give guidance, set deadlines and offer up rewards. An effective method of encouraging corporate innovation, simply watch as the solutions and ideas roll in.
Launch a challenge anywhere.
Creating an innovation challenge is as fast and simple as dropping an idea. Describe it, enrich it with attachments or links and hit ‘create’. You’ll be gathering helpful ideas and input from your colleagues within minutes.
Choose who you invite.
If your business has multiple layers, teams and departments, Idea Drop handles this beautifully, allowing you to create unlimited sub-communities within your organisation.
Sometimes, your team won’t want to share everything with everyone. You can broadcast your ideas and innovation challenges to hand-picked individuals, selected teams and departments, or the entire organisation. You can control and select permissions and rights, ensuring sensitive information remains restricted to the right people and teams.
Enable your teams to stay in-tune with the innovation process with push notifications, customised email alerts and posts into the feed. Set and control the frequency and type of notifications.
Set prizes, rewards and deadlines.
To encourage a flow of great ideas faster, you can easily add rewards or prizes to your challenge and also set deadlines.
It’s much harder to be succinct than to ramble. Encourage co-workers to be punchy with their posts and help a regular flow of concise ideas by limiting the character count for ideas from your dashboard.
"We quickly saw the benefits of Idea Drop as teams throughout the business began collaborating, communicating and sharing ideas in ways we hadn't seen before with our existing tech stack. Idea Drop's fresh interface and intuitive social features made it quick to onboard our teams and we now rely on it to capture, enrich and action new ideas across the business on an ongoing basis." - Simon Ensor, MD, Yellowball