Inn8 Model Summary
The Inn8 Model combines structure and innovative thinking to help you make the most of opportunities.
The Inn8 Model helps you to make the most of opportunities systematically, consistently and innovatively. Many studies have shown that use of a systematic approach produces much higher levels of creative solutions.
This diagram illustrates the Inn8 Model. It is reasonably simple to grasp and it works well at all levels in an organisation.
The Inn8 Model
There are eight stages in the Inn8 Model. At each Stage, there is first a Step to broaden your outlook and gather or generate more information; second, a Step to focus your outlook to assemble, prioritise and choose the most relevant items; third a Step to decide if you wish to move on, revert to the last stage, pause to gather information, or abandon the proposition.
This broadening and narrowing of outlook is an important part of the creative process because it encourages you to be both creative and pragmatic at each stage. One partial analogy you might consider here is that of the zoom lens on a camera. You can zoom out to get a wide view of the situation you are shooting and then zoom in to choose the piece or pieces of the scene that most interest you.
Because organisations exist in a rainforest of opportunity, we use another analogy, that of a rain forest tree. You shin (climb) up in to the canopy to get a higher and wider view of the opportunity landscape (broaden your horizons), you slide down the trunk to focus in (come down to earth) and the roots are your decision making (rooted in reality).
Please click here to read a summary of the Inn8 Stages and Steps.
If you work in a medium to large organisation and have a significant opportunity to make the most of, ask for our Innov8 Initial Questionnaire that will help you to think through your requirements.
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