Select ideas that make a difference

Innovation is about making choices. Assessing and selecting which ideas should move forward is hard work, but we've got you covered!

Select ideas that make a difference


Find out the potential value of submitted ideas


Make an informed decision on what's more relevant now


Communicate decision and move forward

Decide with confidence

Some ideas will work. Others won't. The problem is that you can't know for sure in advance. So how will you decide on which ideas to invest in?

Decide with confidence

Create tailored idea assessment tasks

How to distinguish a good idea from a bad one? The bad news is that it depends. The best news is that we give you templates for the most common uses cases.

  • Use appropriate evaluation criteria for different types of ideas
  • Efficient and fair selection processes to avoid cluttered idea portfolios
  • Give employees confidence that their ideas are fairly reviewed
Create tailored assessment tasks

Design innovation workflows with clicks, not code

Different types of ideas require different innovation processes. Use the most appropriate approach depending on the innovation type, innovation potential and the uncertainty level of your ideas.

  • Use the appropriate process for each type of idea
  • Create custom workflows with multiple stages to develop your ideas
  • Create a transparent process with clear steps for chosen ideas
Design your workflows with clicks

Compare viewpoints to make informed decisions

Your selection process should consider the potential value, gaps in knowledge, feasibility and risky assumptions. Not to poke holes in ideas but actually as a way to improve them.

  • Invite different people to assess ideas to avoid "tunnel-vision"
  • checkPromote informed debates to make sense of the different viewpoints
  • checkUse SME feedback to drive idea improvement
Compare viewpoints to make informed decisions

Select the winners and runner-up ideas

Even if you had 1000 promising ideas you probably wouldn't have the resources to address them all.

  • checkPrioritize the most promising opportunities to pursue
  • checkClearly communicate decisions on which ideas have more potential
  • checkLeave ideas with potential on standby and revisit them regularly
Select the winners and runner-up ideas