Rewarding and recognising success and failure is key to a successful innovation programme. Whether it is the ‘Idea of the Year’ award, ‘Lessons Learned’ or industry-wide awards, having a simple and paperless process for gathering submissions and selecting the winners makes the administration of awards straightforward.
Reduce administrative tasks
Whether you want to administer your annual internal awards, recognise your customers' or partners' contributions or run an industry-wide award programme, repeated and consistent frameworks reduce the administrative burden, allowing you to focus on the substance of the entries. Automated evaluation and task management means you spend less time chasing participants.
Whether you are looking for monthly nominations for employee recognition or customers to champion, straightforward and transparent processes encourage participation and success.
Encourage peer recognition
Everyone likes to be recognised for their contributions. Use an always on process to encourage peer recognition for a job well done. Make it fairer and more transparent to select your Employee of the Month or Unsung Heroes who drive your organisational values.
RecognitionRecognising contributions and innovations, successes, lessons learned and failures are all key to building a culture of Everyday Innovation where everyone is innovating, every day in every department. To be truly successful, this recognition must be consistent and transparent to drive the behaviours and results your seek.
Publicly recognise success at every level
Idea Spotlight has simple tools to allow you to recognise people and ideas, success or failure at the local, community or global level. Use the configurable home page widgets to create custom cards that highlight key contributors or innovators, winning ideas and successful projects. Drop the widgets on home pages globally or in specific communities, giving everyone a chance to shine.
Encourage grass roots, bottom -up innovation by showcasing key innovators and telling their story, without being afraid to share the failures along the way.