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Idea Lab – Innovation Management

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TACK's model for managing organizational innovation places the progress in choosing an idea and implementing it on a timeline.

Throughout the process, each idea passes four decision gates: the first two gates address the question of feasibility and profitability (go/no go). The final two gates focus on suggestions for improvement and adjustments.

  • The decisions at each gate are based on information gathering and analysis in four fields:
  • Economic feasibility
  • Technological feasibility
  • Contribution to brand leadership
  • Regulatory feasibility and fit with company policies

TACK's Innovation Management Model

TACK's Innovation Management Model
TACK's Innovation Management Model Stages: 1. Strategic Innovation Map 2. Organizational Brainstorming Database 3. First Decision Gate - by Org. Knowledge 4. Filter by Business Plan & Resources 5. Second Decision Gate - by Business Plan 6. Prototype 7. In house pilot 'Alpha' 8. Third Decision Gate - by alpha version 9. Customers pilot 'beta' 10. Fourth Decision Gate -Consumer Research 11. Product/Service Launch 12. Transfer to project manager.
The problem is the awareness of lack of order in our words, and it can be solved by introducing universal order in the words themselves. Ludwig Wittgenstein