It doesn’t matter how much money and resources you invest in your business if you don’t have innovation. Innovation in all aspects of your business, from technology to your own thinking, is necessary for it to survive and thrive in the digital age. Here are a few key areas where you can apply an innovative attitude in your business.
Phones and fax machines have changed, so it’s time to ditch the old office fax machine and the outdated phone system. The 2015 office is increasingly a virtual one, no longer tied to a physical location. So consider:
It’s hard to be innovative when you’re battling the limitations of 20th century technology. So it’s time to let desktop computers depart to the scrapyard and take advantage of the new technology that is available.
Don’t worry if the bank turns down your finance application. The new world of business finance involves entrepreneurial people keen to take a chance on innovative and risky new products or services through:
Quite apart from the latest forms of technology, communication and finance, you still need the right frame of mind to employ innovative thinking. This involves:
So blend the best of the digital age with sound business fundamentals – along with a good dose of common sense – for some genuinely innovative attitude.