Many people have done something innovative - introduced an approach, trialled a technology, or made another creative change that made a difference.
But if often stops there - in the location or community where the innovation was first introduced. How much more impact would be gained if others could see what they did, why it was a great idea, and how to replicate it for themselves?
Our cloud software HumanEdj is a social media tool for people to find, discuss and copy proven change ideas as online Innovation Guides - simple interactive descriptions of innovations that explain their benefit and show everything required to replicate them. You can also use an Innovation Guide to generate an interactive collaboration plan, adapt it to local needs, then use it to replicate the innovation with low cost and low risk.
HumanEdj Innovation Guides:
Empower people to replicate successful changes without handholding from the original innovators
Share knowledge between teams and organizations, within and across communities
Reduce the cost and risk of innovation
Integrate with Twitter to make optimal use of social media
Specialized showcases of Innovation Guides can be created for specific needs and/or communities to enable take-up of recommended innovations:
Cheaply by reducing the manual effort required to communicate innovations to stakeholders
Safely by providing a standard basis for implementation of innovations
Widely by using social media to share innovations
Quickly by making it easy for stakeholders to understand innovations
For more information about enabling large-scale change via HumanEdj, please email us.
1. Describe "who does what at which stage" to meet shared goals via Stages (work streams), Roles (responsibilities) and Activities
2. Assign time percentages, day rates and overhead percentages to Roles
3. Assign start/end dates and effort to Activities
4. Create online forms that assign deliverables and inputs to Activities
5. Assign impact (financial and qualitative), likelihood and importance to deliverables
6. View fine-grained dependencies based on use of deliverables as inputs to other Activities
7. Create sub-Plans as deliverables of Activities
8. Import and export Plans in spreadsheet and other formats
9. Accept or decline Roles (responsibilities)
10. See who you are working with to meet each goal
11. View the messages, documents and data associated with a goal
12. Sort your To Do list by urgency and associated goal
13. Create and update deliverables
14. Approve and cancel deliverables
15. Take part in a Plan by email
16. Use secure feeds to stay up to date
17. Delegate and re-assign work
18. Change Plans on the fly
19. Search documents and data including all previous versions
20. Re-use Plans as Plan templates
21. Provide hyperlinked, Red-Amber-Green coded views including overview grid, cost/benefit/progress table (including risks, issues, benefits, costs, revenues, effort, and more), resource allocation, GANTT chart, financial dashboard, and cross-cutting work
22. Create secure Web views and feeds with a single click
23. Share outputs via social media with a single click
24. Slice and dice Plans via business intelligence tools
Role Modellers was founded in 2001 to empower use of collaborative work theory that originated in UK government sponsored research  then was subsequently refined and extended into the theory of Human Interaction Management (now known as Virtual Team Planning) [2,4] and associated change management methodology Goal-Oriented Organizational Design [3,4].
Prototyping of our flagship product HumanEdj as a desktop application began in 2005, and was beta tested by over 300 organizations in order to perfect its unique architecture. The current Web application emerged from R&D in 2010.
In 2012, Gartner recognized Role Modellers as a Cool Vendor. HumanEdj is now in large-scale use by the UK National Health Service.
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2. HARRISON-BRONINSKI K., 2005, "Human Interactions - The Heart and Soul of Business Process Management", Meghan-Kiffer Press, ISBN 978-0929652443
3. HARRISON-BRONINSKI K., 2011, "Change Management Processes" in "Social BPM: Work, Planning and Collaboration Under the Impact of Social Technology", Workflow Management Coalition, ISBN 978-0-981987-08-8
4. BROCKE J., ROSEMANN M., 2014, "Handbook on Business Process Management 2: Strategic Alignment, Governance, People and Culture (2nd edition)", Springer. ISBN 978-3-642-45102-7