Whether it's doing more for less, increasing productivity, or reducing costs, innovation is the lifeblood of all successful organizations. Without it, organizations may survive, but they seldom thrive. The fact of the matter is that anyone can be innovative, regardless of profession or level of responsibility. The opportunity for process improvement exists everywhere and at every level within an organization. The problem is, everybody's innovating, but often it isn't formally recognized as "process improvement" or "innovation."
The good news is that through process improvement games, such as Junkyard Games, anyone can learn how to be innovative with regular practice and a little courage. Remember, fear is a natural byproduct of innovation, and you’ve got to have the courage to take risks and share your ideas. The payoff for overcoming your fears can be tremendous, changing the way your company operates, inventing a new product, and saving your business time and money in the process.