Innovation Bootcamp is a course of 6 workshops designed to help innovation leaders embed a culture and programme of innovation into their organisations.
Find out more about the Innovation Bootcamp here.
Participate in our hands-on workshops to access the resources you need to successfully build, implement and drive impactful innovation across your organisation.
Each workshop is limited to the first 40 sign-ups on a first-come, first-served basis.
Following our first workshop in which we explored the importance of defining your innovation programme’s goals and critical success factors, now is the time to establish clear structure and process with an innovation pipeline.
Generating a high volume of ideas is great, however it’s only the starting point. In order to drive impact and business value, the execution of ideas is key and a clear staged process that keeps everyone aligned and informed about the progression of ideas is important. An innovation workflow will define a pathway that all new ideas will follow, from the initial idea all the way through to implementation.
A structured innovation pipeline which is applied and followed through consistently is vital to providing your entire organisation with a clear understanding of how ideas progress over time. This is crucial for engaging users and creating trust and transparency.
Join our interactive and hands-on workshop where we will help you define a process that mirrors your internal business structure and enables ideas to be refined, evaluated and progressed at pace. We will also look into the roles and responsibilities at each stage as well as in your overall innovation programme, starting from the top-level sponsors across to the technical leads and team ambassadors.
In this workshop, you’ll discover:
- What an innovation workflow is and why you need one
- How to define an innovation workflow
- How to align it to your internal business processes
- How to progress ideas through your workflow
- Who is responsible for an innovation workflow in your organisation
- How to assign roles and responsibilities to your innovation workflow stages
- How to avoid the most common mistakes when structuring your workflow
- How often you should be reviewing your innovation workflow
- How to identify problems and quickly discover solutions
After completing this workshop, you will have a clear understanding of what an innovation workflow is and how to map out one of your own. You will also be able to identify the right people and roles within your organisation and assign responsibilities within your newly designed innovation workflow.
8:30am Registration and light breakfast
9:00am Opening remarks by Idea Drop
9:15am Presentation by BDO
9:30am Innovation Workflow workshop
10:15am Closing remarks
11:00am Event close
By joining our workshop, you’ll also get exclusive access to a closed online group of innovation experts and thought leaders, where the conversation will continue with support, shared experiences, helpful content and interaction with other innovation leads.
You’ll be in great company! Our events are regularly attended by senior decision makers and innovation leaders from some of the world’s smartest companies including Arriva Trains, Barclays, Metropolitan Police, Virgin, EY, PwC, Hotel Chocolat, Waitrose, Royal Mail, Vodafone, Anglo American, Premier Inn, M&C Saatchi, NatWest Bank and many more.
Our official event partners
BDO is the leading provider of professional services such as tax, audit and assurance, advisory and business outsourcing services to companies across all sectors of the economy. BDO prizes its distinctive culture of strong business and personal relationships. BDO’s global organisation extends across 167 countries and territories, with 88,120 people working out of 1,617 offices – and they’re all working towards one goal: to provide their clients with exceptional service.
Chaucer is recognised as a UK leading Digital Transformation consultancy with over 30 years’ experience. We help clients move beyond a technology focus, developing their culture, improving their strategy and operating models to enable them as digital enterprises, creating new value for customers, employees, shareholders and wider society.