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Doing more with less is the new normal for federal government organizations. Government leaders are expected to manage change, stay current, and deliver more and better services or products—and do so with stagnant or shrinking budgets and resources.
The mere mention of “innovation” can sometimes cause red flags in the minds of government leaders, who worry about the possible risks and costs associated with the perceived new solutions that innovation brings to mind.
“The best part of my job is capturing the ‘what ifs’ and making them ‘what is,’” says Andreia Rauta, an expert in Continuous Process Improvement and Innovation, or CP2I. “Clients get bogged down by the reality of limited resources. Capturing a new perspective and getting them to see their entire environment in a different light is a key to Booz Allen’s CP2I offering.”
“Innovation as applied in CP2I is the commitment to a new future, as well as using your existing resources to pursue that future. By applying incremental process improvements, organizations can eventually achieve a transformative leap.”
- Andreia Rauta, Booz Allen CP2I expert
CP2I combines two of the most powerful organizational tools available: The holistic and data-driven approach of continuous process improvement with the human-centered design and creativity of innovation to enable transformative solutions. CP2I facilitates breakthrough thinking, while instilling a culture of continuous improvement, to drive transformation and fuel innovation throughout an organization.
“Organizations can be confused about what innovation is, and it seems scary or daunting especially when you’re being told you have to innovate to stay viable,” says Andreia. “Innovation as applied in CP2I is the commitment to a new future, as well as using your existing resources to pursue that future. By applying incremental process improvements, organizations can eventually achieve a transformative leap.”
Download the PDF to learn the major elements that Booz Allen’s CP2I experts have identified that can help position your organization for success. By applying CP2I, government organizations of all sizes can enable their employees to think about problems differently and ingrain the creativity and innovation needed to thrive in this world of fast-changing expectations.