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We are Innovation Transformation Architects

Here are the 5 most effective ways to spark innovation within organizations like yours that we’ve seen work time and time again.

You need a new relationship with your customers. You need to be more agile. You need to move fast. Here’s how we help you do just that:

BUILD THE CAPABILITIES

Employees must act differently; coaches must teach them how; sponsors must mentor not just manage; and leaders must walk the walk. It begins by adopting new ways of working and becomes permanent when the lessons are internalized and tailored to your company’s culture.

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EMBED THE SYSTEMS

Standardized innovation practices align Lean Innovation efforts across the business; proven tools amplify new practices; and back-office support systems enable acting differently. It includes measuring the impact and success of your program and integrating new practices into existing management systems.

MANAGE PERFORMANCE

The framework defines the who, where, when and how of implementing transformation over four phases: preparing, kickstarting, accelerating, and scaling. It includes the allocation of capital and resources to products and markets; an internal communication plan; and innovation governance.

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WE'RE HELPING TRANSFORM SOME OF THE WORLD'S LEADING COMPANIES

Meet The Founders

Brant Cooper, CEO and Co-Founder

Brant Cooper wrote the NYT Bestseller, The Lean Entrepreneur (among others), and is an active advisor and speaker to entrepreneurs, accelerators and corporate innovation teams across the globe.

Aaron Eden, COO and Co-Founder

Aaron Eden created and rolled out a series of Lean Innovation workshops inside of Intuit. In the first year alone, after working with over 100 teams, insights and startups from the workshop accounted for hundreds of millions in new revenue.

“Moves the Needle is one of the foremost experts in the emerging science of entrepreneurship. I’ve seen Moves the Needle teach lean innovation and it’s practical, action-oriented, and persuasive.”

ERIC RIES

Author, The Lean Startup