Innovation is at the core of our work and perspective, present in the many activities that we carry out at the Institute. We help people who drive forward and/or facilitate innovations in their projects-organisations. These encompass everything from technological innovations (work processes, organisational designs, new products for customers, etc.) to more identity-related or existential levels of innovation (organisational purpose, strategic vision, professional roles and itineraries, etc.). The dynamics of interdependence between all of these levels and organisational areas shows the complexity of innovation processes. The deeper and more significant innovation is at one of these points, the more necessary it becomes to consider a reassessment of the concomitant areas. For instance, establishing a different relationship with our customers supposes redefining the systems of activities and their organisation. To obtain innovative results, specific contextual conditions are necessary: “Potential Spaces”. These conditions enable intense emotions to be contained, risks to be taken and energy to be channelled towards the desired results, with the contribution of the leadership figures who facilitate the process. In short:

Whether on a collective or individual level, the Innova Institute contributes by proposing a guidance process structured into several stages that enables the channelling of this generative process. Its contribution is aimed specifically at:

  • Deconstructing stagnant organisational practices and models
  • Channelling/delimiting the creative contributions of the members of organisations
  • Bringing to the fore capacities and potentials that may be favourable to the process
  • Guiding the transition in accordance with the established purposes and the results obtained over the course of the process

In our experience of guiding organisations and professionals in innovation programmes, we observe that they end up discovering many more opportunities that could not be exploited previously due to the limited perspectives, business models and/or identity-related restrictions that maintained the established order.