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Leveraging agile processes and lean principles, Theorem’s Innovation Sprints rapidly prioritize and sequence project phases and other inputs, distilling them down to a detailed current state analysis and opportunity roadmap to support your upcoming objectives. Through a combination of stakeholder interviews, in-person working sessions, and collaborative brainstorming, we use our Innovation Sprints to build the case for ongoing investment with thoughtful value projection models that correlate level of effort, urgency, and value into a clearly prioritized backlog.
After a Theorem facilitated Innovation Sprint kicks off, our team will work alongside yours to produce an analysis of current state and future opportunity roadmap. This allows the project team to prioritize and sequence future phases and initiatives of your project. Some of the activities and outcomes from a typical innovation sprint include:
A repeatable process for Nestle’s Innovation Hub
Working with Nestlé’s teams, we identified six new business models, and planned their development and implementation within a 24-hour period.
Our mission was to create a repeatable process for Nestlé’s Innovation Hub to quickly test ideas in order to help meet the commitment of 100% recyclable or reusable packaging by 2025.
A one-day workshop format was successful in vetting and validating ideas. Over two days, we ran workshops on two initiatives, resulting in six business models including concrete next steps.
A proof-of-concept hackathon was held and in a few hours, 37 discussions were held, 11 ideas were collected, 5 were chosen as interesting, and 4 were surfaced as potential ideas for our next workshop.
Understand activities are for all members of the workshop to understand the context in which the problem exists.
We aim to set the geographical and market focus of our workshop and generate ideas of who this could be useful for.
The mission of the Diverge activities are to generate as many solutions as possible.
This resulted in 13+ different solutions for each day’s theme.
In the Converge activities, our purpose is to surface the best ideas and refine it.
During the workshop, we converged on three ideas per day to refine and begin planning next steps.
The planning session is to figure out how to make these ideas real.
In the workshop, this resulted in generating business models, next steps, and identifying risks and assumptions.
Over the last 12 years, we have grown from an engineering-only organization, to a global innovation firm that solves complex challenges for the world’s biggest companies.
As we’ve grown, strengthening our core areas of expertise and developing new specializations, we needed a brand that accurately reflected our purpose, our beliefs, and our capabilities.
Citrusbyte has become Theorem.