Peak Idea Lab
Peak recognizes the difference true talent makes for organizations and works diligently to unleash creativity and recognize innovation, ingenuity and problem solving in the workplace. We celebrate good ideas—the ideas that will improve, grow or even transform organizations.
At the core of Peak’s Idea Lab is one of Jack Welch’s theories- a very simple concept based on the premise that those closest to the work know it best. When the ideas of those people closest to the process, irrespective of their functions and job titles, are solicited and turned into action, an unstoppable wave of creativity, energy, enthusiasm and productivity can be unleashed throughout an entire organization. Organizations rise and fall on the quality of their talent and those ideas generated through connectivity to and experience gained on their job.
Peak wants talent who think out-of-the-box and motivate them to communicate their ideas-no matter how big or small- so employees are willing to come up with more creative ways of improving their workplace.
To kick-start things up, we will establish the goal for our employees (and yours) to think up new ways of making their work processes more efficient. We task employees to provide suggestions through our online idea lab communication form and we’ll work with their organizations to assess which ideas are best, based upon necessity, importance and potentiality for implementation.
This will be followed with recognition for ideas (large and small), potential monetary reward for the employee if their idea is implemented by our client or their organization and equally important, consideration for a prestigious Peak Eagle Award.
Send your idea to Peak Idea Lab by submitting to form to the right.
Download and complete the Peak Idea Lab Suggestion Form. You may email as an attachment to IDEA LAB!
All businesses are created first by a singular idea or concept. Then once created, all organizations require a consistent flow of ideas for the continual improvement of design, engineering, manufacturing, marketing, advertising, creative problem solving, customer retention, etc.