MVIS (Minimum Viable Innovation System): is a method who favors « learning by doing » by using hypotheses (agile method – design thinking – lean start-up) and you gain concrete results withing 90 days.
It is an agile roll-out model for innovation governance.
By starting lean an iterating hypothesis, you minimise administrative non-value creating hours and intrusion on the organization, and instead focus on what will actually make a difference in the market and learn how to bridge hindrances to innovation within the organization.
What it will require is senior management attention. That might be the chief executive officer or a chief innovation officer, but it doesn’t have to be. If you’re responsible for innovation in your company at the highest level, we’re talking to you.
The first thing to do is to set up an Innovation Board which can work independently and reports directly to the CEO.
With a little help from other executives and innovation practitioners, we can help you to set up an MVIS by completing four basic steps in no more than 90 days, with limited investment and without hiring anyone extra.