Posts Tagged: process

New Process

People with organisation tend to get excited about new products but resist new processes like small installment loans for bad credit. Why? Factory trained and licenced, new fire extinguisher services supply parts and offer full services for all makes of commercial food preparation and washing equipment including refrigeration parts and service. New products are tangible,… Read more »

Simplicity in all aspects. Take a different perspective.

There is something to be said for the simple act of looking at a problem from a different perspective to try finding a solution or a better way to do it. When you work on your own products, you can often become too close to the product. You are the subject matter expert so it… Read more »

Major Change Vs Incremental Change

Both Major change and Incremental change can be at the heart of innovation, ideally they should work together. Major change can spark a whole new direction, a new audience or a new purpose. Incremental change continually improves, be responsive to the audience or even test hypothesis. A state of constant evolution can support both of… Read more »

Showrooming – friend or foe?

‘Showrooming’ is the practice of go into a physical store, testing out a product, then searching for it online to buy. Mainly retailers view showrooming as a threat since people can find the cheapest version, however depending on your offering and product, it can be viewed as an opportunity to close that loop and follow… Read more »

Start specific, later for global domination

Many entrepreneurs and many business people dream of creating the next big thing. This is a completely understandable goal, it’s rewards are many, profitability and notoriety are just two, and I think they are more the measure these people use, their actual reward is the feeling of achievement, that all the work and all the… Read more »

Ways to innovate

This may not seem new to you, and if not, great, but there seems to be many people unsure of how or why to innovate. There are entire books dedicated to this topic, however, we shall try to sum up some of the ways that this is relevant to us. The two questions of ‘Why… Read more »