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BrainBank Idealink Open
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BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
BrainBank Idealink Open
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BrainBank Idealink Open

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  • 1. Idea Management: How to eliminate three chronic choke points 1.Open collaboration motivates stakeholders by letting them participate on their own terms. 2.Better developed ideas keep key process role- players engaged. 3.Proper routing accelerates idea progression through your entire process .
  • 2. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved Build communities that are purposeful for your innovation goals. Different users can participate at different levels, internally and/or externally.
  • 3. Create excitement, drive participation and promote your brands through viral buzz Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 4. Collect ideas in response to a challenge… Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 5. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved …or via voluntary submission.
  • 6. Vote, comment, invite friends and add attachments to collaborate on ideas Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 7. Management can set idea development rigor for any idea type through the use of dynamic idea development tabs - that way the community can build the idea around information that is actionable for the next level of the process Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 8. Idea Champions can manage the “long tail” by ascending only those comments that add value and make them part of the core idea moving forward Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 9. Electricity Costs •Energy Cost •High-Tension Cabling Energy Cost Cost of one kilowatt/hour is USD$1.27 Idea Champions can estimate benefits by accessing relevant financial information Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 10. Balanced scorecards enable you to get buy-in from key role players before presenting the idea for evaluation, so that management support is there from the start. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 11. Flexible and configurable rating system enables one to zero-in on those ideas with the attributes that matter most to you. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved See multiple rating dimensions from the convenience of a single screen – blended scores combine market demand and business alignment
  • 12. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved Idea development tabs: Prompt for information that will help build proposal Champion Builds: - Promote comments for community to build upon Elevated comments: - Elevate user comments to the core of the idea Support documents: - Import excel spreadsheet - Attach files This is what Evaluators see Better developed ideas are actionable ideas
  • 13. Once the criteria set by management has been met, individual managers or evaluation committees can choose whether to accept the idea or not. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 14. Decide how you want to turn your idea into an innovation project; either through Idealink’s proprietary process management or using your existing internal systems. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 15. Solicit approval, adjust feasibility and get buy-in from potential Project Owner to ensure that the idea is fully developed. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 16. Getting the right resources around an idea before it starts its journey into the organization for processing is critical to eliminating re-routing, inaction, and delay. This helps maintain the ideas momentum and motivates downstream stakeholders to respond more rapidly. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 17. Post-implementation form Sending-out a recap form for a sunset review for Implemented ideas is a key best practice Capture new learning and record exceptions Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved
  • 18. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved Zero-in on any idea or groups at any level of your Idea Pipeline
  • 19. Confidential data – not for redistribution © BrainBank Inc 2010 – All Rights Reserved As the old saying goes “you can’t improve what you can’t measure”
  • 20. By inviting your stakeholder communities into an Idealink Open™ innovation process achieves the following results: • Diversity of participants makes for more creative ideas • Voluntary role and tasking motivates users to participate because they can do it on their own terms • Participants help build-up ideas incrementally • Community creates division of labor to absorb idea volume • On-demand expertise extends talent pool and accelerates turn-around • Collaboration output is managed into structure by Idea Champion • Proper workflow accelerates process by not having to re-route keeping idea momentum from fading • Better developed ideas keep up-line role players interested and engaged Ideation, co-creation and collaboration all work better when the crowd can be engaged and channelled – ask for an Idealink Open™ demo, and see how you can get started today.

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