Trowers presents: incremental improvement through micro-innovation
Innovation is often born out of periods of difficulty. When it matters most, individuals and businesses are driven to find new ways to sharpen their competitive edge and improve profitability.
Organisations that innovate most effectively during periods of economic turbulence are those most likely to emerge strongly from it. This may well come from smaller, iterative innovation and with economically challenging times ahead, could this be the way forward for many businesses?
During this edition of TrowersPresents we are delighted to be joined by a panel of guests who contributed their insight and expertise to look at how, through constant and incremental improvements to existing services and products, micro-innovation can help businesses succeed.
During this conversation we explore:
- The role of micro-innovation has in protecting businesses during difficult economic conditions, and how it can future-proof the organisation against future economic threats
- How to empower individuals to innovate and what role corporate values and culture has in successful people-led innovation
- How to identify untapped innovation in your business and how the 'fail fast, fail often' model familiar to many entrepreneurs can be useful for larger organisations
We hope you find this conversation useful and we look forward to you joining in the conversation.
With thanks to:
- Mark Huxley, Freeman of the Guild of Entrepreneurs and Founder of Huxley Advisory
- Rick Lowe. Master of the Guild of Entrepreneurs and Managing Director of Brands In Ltd
- Dan D'souza, Programme Associate at L Marks
- Ben Hunt-Davis MBE, co-founder of Will It Make The Boat Go Faster?
- Stephen Roper, Professor of Enterprise at Warwick Business School and Director of the Enterprise Research Centre