Dec 24, 2011

Lean Value Innovation in a little tiny nutshell

Whoa, it is almost the end of the year and it has been a long time since I posted anything on my blog. I know it is no excuse, but I actually spent most of the last half a year outside the US and that made it very difficult for me to pay attention to the blog as much of my time was focused on delivering value to my customers.

There is, however, one very important announcement I want to make. Shojiki Solutions is changing its name to Valueinnova LLC ( effective January 1, 2012. This is actually good news, because the company has been moving forward and now that I have been maturing Lean Value Innovation it makes perfect sense to align the company to what set us apart from the competition.

In a nutshell, Lean Value Innovation is a framework indicating that in order to effectively increase value delivery to customers as well as to our organization it is necessary to take care of for aspects:
  • To improve the way we think and see things through systems thinking. This includes the system of profound knowledge, lean thinking, agile thinking, and creativity.
  • To improve our environment both in the physical sense and the collaborative sense.
  • To adopt methods and tools that facilitate innovation.
  • To fully embrace the notion that the human factor is the most important aspect to consider if you want our organization to be successful.
 I am spending these days writing a book on the subject and hope to get it ready soon.

Cheers and happy holidays to everybody.

No comments:

Post a Comment