When organizations are gathering ideas, there are generally two types of ideas: easy wins and projects. Both can have a high level of value for any organization but require totally different strategies. Here’s how you can organize your thinking around these two tracks for innovation.

What’s Inside

  • How to recognize an easy win vs. a project
  • How to plan a project depending on its ambitions
  • The rewards and outcomes for an easy win vs a project

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When organizations are gathering ideas, there are generally two types of ideas: easy wins and projects. Both can have a high level of value for any organization but require totally different strategies. Here’s how you can organize your thinking around these two tracks for innovation.

What’s Inside

  • How to recognize an easy win vs. a project
  • How to plan a project depending on its ambitions
  • The rewards and outcomes for an easy win vs a project

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When organizations are gathering ideas, there are generally two types of ideas: easy wins and projects. Both can have a high level of value for any organization but require totally different strategies. Here’s how you can organize your thinking around these two tracks for innovation.

What’s Inside

  • How to recognize an easy win vs. a project
  • How to plan a project depending on its ambitions
  • The rewards and outcomes for an easy win vs a project

Please fill out the form below to download your infographic

Launch Your IdeaScale Community Today!

Schedule a Demo