Your team has been asked to lead or contribute innovation, and research and develop new products and opportunities critical to the success of the organization. But you’re finding more and more of your success is dependent upon your ability to work across functions. And it’s painful. Everyone looks at the problem you’re tackling from a different perspective and few people see the value of looking beyond next quarter’s results.
The stakes and expectations are high. It’s research and development; there are ambiguity and uncertainty around the outcomes you have to deliver, and tension around the fact that you’ve got to get everyone working better together. Failure’s not an option, but it’s certainly a fear.
We’ll help take the uncertainty and ambiguity out of what it means to be innovative, harness a diversity of skills, build relationships and trust to better engage stakeholders in innovation.