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Innovation and Idea Management Solutions and Software

At TalkFreely, we’ll help you devise an approach to innovation and idea management that will meet your business needs.

We will then provide you with the skills and software that are required to manage ideas and make innovation happen.

5 reasons to innovate

  • Competition is changing faster…

    It’s no longer a case of keeping one step ahead. Your competitive environment is evolving more rapidly, so you need to keep ahead AND keep adapting.

  • Need to control & reduce costs

    Forget cost control measures based on year-end reviews. A constant need to control and reduce costs requires in turn a constant stream of innovative ideas.

  • Ambition to serve new markets

    To grow, your business needs to serve new markets. Innovation can help you identify new opportunities, new products, and new services to offer.

  • Customer demands are changing

    Don’t just meet your customers’ expectations, exceed them. Continual improvement strategies create better, smarter ways to surprise customers with excellence.

  • Increasing employee engagement

    Employees are your greatest resource for innovation, if they can contribute easily, quickly and with due recognition for their efforts.

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Recent articles and blog posts

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Talk Freely and local government innovation

Posted on November 21, 2014 by Kirsty

A recent survey by Capita shows a growing trend of local authorities to look internally for ideas, with around 90% looking for ideas centred on efficiency savings. In an article for the Local Government Chronicle, Andy Theedom from Capita explains how an ideas management system can make sourcing and sorting ideas more efficient for local […]

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The secrets of embedding innovation in organisations

Posted on November 9, 2014 by Kirsty

  When faced with the challenge of first implementing innovation in your organisation, what methods are most likely to succeed? In an interview with TED*, “creativity-for-all evangelist” David Kelley discussed the approaches to first making innovation happen. When asked about the concept of innovation being ‘scary’, Kelly favours a multi-strand approach. “The main thing that […]

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Innovation: what exactly does it mean?

Posted on October 24, 2014 by Kirsty

  One of the greatest issues facing innovation managers is to try and explain what innovation actually is. There is no fixed definition, and so inevitably innovation changes its meaning according to where, when and in what context it is used. In an article for Innovation Excellence*, Braden Kelley tackles the problem head-on and brings […]

What is Idea Management?

Giving your employees a voice and listening to their ideas, increases engagement and leads to more loyalty and better productivity […]

What is Innovation Management?

This helps a business build its capability in becoming more innovative, encouraging the creation and free-flow of ideas […]

What is Open Innovation?

This uses the wisdom of the crowd – your suppliers, partners and customers – capitalising on their knowledge, expertise and point […]