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Skanska UK Case Study

2019-09-16T14:44:25+01:00September 16th, 2019|Case Studies, Resource CLEV|

Skanska UK has been on a sustained journey of transformation since CEO Mike Putnam’s appointment in 2009, distancing itself from traditional industry practices by embracing high ethical principles relating to safety, the environment, transparency and quality.

Arginta a culture of quality

2019-10-04T17:24:21+01:00September 9th, 2019|Case Studies, EUWIN Videos|

Arginta, based in Vilnius, Lithuania is a manufacturer of non-standard equipment, component parts and part-finished products. Gintaras Kvietkauskas, Director of the Arginta Group believes strongly that quality and improvement should be owned by everyone in the company rather than being policed by management. The company has created a series of empowering practices to support an enabling culture. Quality issues are resolved directly on the production floor, frontline employees are actively empowered to make suggestions for improvement and innovation, and the focus is on shared learning rather than blame when things go wrong.

Devon and Cornwall Police Case Study

2019-10-04T17:24:52+01:00August 30th, 2019|Case Studies, EUWIN Videos|

“The important thing is that you have an environment where people are doing their job at any level have a process they can flash about ideas without fear of criticism, without immediately knocking them on the head and just doing the what ifs." The Devon & Cornwall Police inaugurated a cross rank discussion group in Cornwall to explore new ways of working, communication and collaborating, but can a highly regulated organisation such as a regional police force promote and develop employee driven innovation?

The Met Office

2019-10-04T17:25:30+01:00August 30th, 2019|Case Studies, EUWIN Videos|

The Met Office is the UK’s national weather service and a trading arm of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Inspired by external influence, a small core of innovators began a process of ‘guerrilla’ tactics exploiting the organisation’s grown up attitude towards managerial responsibility and decision-making to drive the process forward, firstly by visiting other businesses including Google and Innocent and learning from the experiences they found there. The Met Office experience produced some interesting observations for others to consider in the process of introducing workplace innovation.

Novozymes: Rethinking tomorrow

2019-10-04T17:26:14+01:00August 30th, 2019|Case Studies, EUWIN Videos, Resource CLEV|

Novozymes is a biotech-based company, headquartered in Denmark and employing approximately 6,000 people in 30 countries. Its products - industrial enzymes, microorganisms, biopolymers and other proteins - allow industry to achieve more efficient use of raw materials, reduce energy consumption, replace traditional chemicals with more sustainable alternatives, and offer higher-quality products to customers.

Innocent – smoothie makers

2019-10-04T17:26:54+01:00August 30th, 2019|Case Studies, EUWIN Videos, Resource EDI|

“Find the stars and let them shine – recruit smart people and let them get on with it, with support, autonomy and without fear of failure.” Innocent produces smoothies, juices and vegetable pots that are sold in supermarkets, coffee shops and other outlets. At Innocent, innovation is an everyday behaviour with employees actively encouraged to suggest ways to improve the business, whether it be new products and business streams or better ways of working.

Red Gate Software

2019-10-04T17:27:18+01:00August 30th, 2019|Case Studies, EUWIN Videos, Resource EDI|

"If we are not failing we are not trying hard enough". Red Gate is a software company providing “ingeniously simple” tools for technology professionals worldwide. Although it is growing, Red Gate tries to maintain its original start-up, informal culture by using a variety of tools and initiatives to encourage employee-led innovation and strengthen its engaged culture.