Success is optional

Wendy Ferris Innovation

When we first start working with clients, we explore the ‘Business Life Cycle Curve’ (see image below). The business curve is composed on five phases: start up, growth, maturity, decline, and death. It’s an effective tool for quickly assessing where an organization is in its life cycle, and it, along with other tools, often forms the basis for the work …

The game of innovation

Invision Edge Innovation

This past weekend, Dan Torbiak, Executive-in-Residence at the Asper School of Business at the University of Manitoba invited inVision Edge to judge a competition that had MBA students creating a board game that would facilitate innovation in a local utility company here in Winnipeg. Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship Nathan Greidanus set the stage for the judges, telling us to evaluate …

How to win again

John Ferris Innovation, Leadership, Strategy

It’s simple, really. At inVision, we believe that there are three main ingredients that hold the key to the success of any organization, regardless of size, industry, or location. Ironically, there is a certain complexity in our simplified focus and each part requires a system to make it happen. Dr. W Edwards Deming boldly stated in his book The New …