Arcus Innovation Roadmap
The Arcus Innovation Roadmap is designed to empower individuals and teams to design, develop and deploy innovations in people, process, product, service and hundreds of other areas. The Roadmap has 30 in-depth modules clustered under four major innovation steps to allow for flexible learning to meet unique requirements.
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Better, Faster, Cheaper
That is the focus of governments today as they focus on innovative ideas to provide greater value to citizens while lowering the cost of service delivery. The Arcus Innovation Roadmap is a cutting-edge technology, innovative solution that fits seamlessly into innovation policy development, creative partnerships between government and the private sector and programs that foster innovation in small, medium and enterprise size organizations.
Designed for government
The Arcus Innovation Roadmap is designed to help an audience of federal, provincial/state and local officials, mid-level managers, public employees, vendors, good government groups and interested citizens.
An example of the power of innovation platforms is the National Institutes of Health in the US. Some of the most important innovations happen in the life sciences, much of it funded by the NIH (National Institutes of Health), a vast effort whose annual budget exceeds $31 billion. According to Forbes Magazine, the impact of the NIH cannot be overstated. Researchers there have discovered vaccines for infectious diseases and innovative new treatments. A Congressional study found that as many as 60% of important drugs would not have been discovered without NIH support and that economic returns range from 25% to 40%. It also funded the Human Genome Project, a $3.6 billion undertaking that has not only revolutionized medical science, but whose economic benefits have been estimated to be nearly $800 billion as of 2011 and will likely multiply many times in the future.
Economic Development Departments
The Arcus Innovation Roadmap can be powerful economic development tool for Municipal, Provincial/State and Federal level governments. Economic Development Departments develop and implement a diverse range of programs, initiatives and projects. The Arcus Innovation Roadmap is designed to support these activities which are designed to: attract and facilitate investment; encourage exports; generate job opportunities; stimulate innovation; create opportunities for businesses and communities; help businesses access skilled workers; create strong regional and rural communities and economies; strengthen earth resources and maintain a competitive energy sector; and promote jurisdictions.
Other benefits for Government
Support and engage business
Support and engage businesses through a wide range of programs and activities that encourage productivity improvement and expansion into new markets.
Promote trade and industry
Provide assistance to trade and industry through programs including enterprise improvement, export growth, workforce and skills activities, economic and community development.
Support regional development
Play an integral role in guiding the development and implementation of regional plans and strategies to manage growth and change in regional and rural jurisdictions.
Enhance innovation and technology
Enhance capabilities in innovation and technology. Create new ecosystems with internationally recognized research institutes and organisations, leading technology platforms, infrastructure and businesses.
Attract and facilitate investment
With a talented workforce, a world-class education system, supportive government and superior infrastructure, Victoria is a great place for investment.
Promote Economic Areas
We have a range of initiatives and programs to attract visitors, students and investors to live, work, invest, visit and learn in an area.
Through Regulation Policy Resources, work with government regulators and departments to help improve the regulatory environment within which businesses operate.
Client Case study:
Arcus helped Telefilm Canada with a Change Management Strategy linked to a Technical and Manufacturing Skills Program (TMS) anda Business Improvement project . The organization managed the human change associated with this initiative to mitigate risks in terms of stakeholder engagement, adoption and performance sustainability.
Client testimonial: Mr. Peter Flattery, CEO, Healthcare Insurance Reciprocal of Canada
“Needless to say, there are many firms that provide research and strategy consulting services, but few can deliver the value demonstrated in performing the scope of analysis, strategies, product evaluations and practical recommendations.”
Sample projects in the public sector:
Learning Needs Assessment: Educate staff and management on change and to assess their ability to adapt to a new environment
Transition Strategy: Develop and implement a transition strategy for the Client to assume a much wider mandate and a tripling of their Human Resources and to coach the Management team.
Organizational Knowledge Management: Manage the human change associated with this learning initiative to mitigate risks in terms of stakeholder engagement, adoption and performance sustainability.
Corporate Mission and Vision Development: Develop a vision for the future of this division and an action plan to achieve this vision.
Current and Future Organization Assessment: Describe the preferred future and to develop learning plans to get there and to solve current operational problems.
Training and Coaching Strategy: Develop and implement a training and coaching strategy for the new communications managers in order for deal with change.
Arcus partner Pinnacle Group’s processes are featured in a Harvard Business Review article on business process re-engineering at Volkswagen of America. Read more.
- Fanshawe College
- Government of Ontario
- Department of Fisheries and Oceans
- Department of Foreign Affairs
- Department of Indian and Northern Affairs
- Department of Justice
- Department of National Defense
- Department of Natural Resources
- Department of Public Works
- Department of Transport
- Electricity Sector Council
- Environment Canada
- Government of Jamaica
- Human Resources Canada
- Industry Canada
- Natural Resources Canada
- Public Administration of Brazil
- Public Sector
- Public Works
- Telefilm Canada
- Textiles Human Resources Council
- Canadian Wildlife Federation
- And over hundred other clients