I look forward to your ideas, as do all of my colleagues here in the innovation
group. Please help us spread the word about this community.
Together we can build a more accountable, more sustainable, and more profitable business.
Why Is Your Participation Important?
Ideation is often been called "structured brainstorming", and is a powerful technique and a vital step for innovation and forward thinking. There are many traditional ways to get new ideas – suggestion boxes, hiring reputable business gurus, and various forms of market research, for example. However, today's intense competition and the pressure to transform business models in our dynamic industry require more discipline and thought for effective innovation. It's not easy, and you have to think…a lot. As Thomas Edison described idea generation in 1929, it's "1% inspiration and 99% perspiration".
That being said your participation and contribution is vital to our organization and our mission
Ideas worth noticing
The way people currently buy electronics is inherently wasteful. As soon as a new device comes out, the old one is tossed in the garbage or put on ...Net Votes: 4 Number of Comments: 1
By converting we our otherwise unused pay phones we could provide free wifi hot spots to our existing customers. Also, by stopping storing cash in...Net Votes: 4 Number of Comments: 0
Deliver new phone orders and updates with sidewalk drones.Net Votes: 1 Number of Comments: 2
This stops our customers from texting and driving. Customers can manually enable DriveMode prior to driving, activati...)Net Votes: 7 Number of Comments: 8
Currently are parking facilitates are incredibly expensive to rent. We could provide each employee $100 a month to co...)Net Votes: 6 Number of Comments: 3
By converting we our otherwise unused pay phones we could provide free wifi hot spots to our existing customers. Als...)Net Votes: 5 Number of Comments: 2
The way people currently buy electronics is inherently wasteful. As soon as a new device comes out, the old one is to...)Net Votes: 4 Number of Comments: 1