Building resilience, high performance and innovation, require to invest in new technologies, skills and empowering workplace practices.  Thus, workplace innovation toolkit is about the systematic adoption of workplace practices, that unleash employee-led knowledge, skill and innovation at every level of the organisation. This is recognized as one further method to help retain and ultimately increase employment.

Furthermore, evidence shows that the right workplace innovation policy leads to improvements both in organisational performance (e.g. increasing productivity, financial performance and profitability, and improving customer service), and in employee engagement and well-being (e.g. reducing stress, enhancing job satisfaction and mental health, and improving retention).


The Short Diagnostic

The diagnostic toolkit consists of an online questionnaire designed to facilitate self-evaluation of the organisation. Let's say, its capacity to be an innovative workplace. Our free tester version of the Workplace Innovation Diagnostic® addresses twelve of the workplace practices associated with high performance and employee engagement. Once complete, you will receive a short report and recommendations.

Why a Workplace Innovation Toolkit?


The Workplace Innovation Diagnostic® employee survey gives you an in-depth understanding of what needs to change and how to deliver it. Therefore, the Diagnostic focuses on best practices associated with high performance and an engaged workforce. Finally, the workplace innovation toolkit results indicate the specific actions to take at the organizational level.



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Improve performance

The workplace innovation toolkit is your route to employee engagement, culture change and improved business performance. The transformation starts with an introduction workshop for senior team members and change leaders. Its aims is to explain the Diagnostic’s rationale and how translate its results into actions.The Diagnostic survey asks employees and managers to comment on various aspects of their working lives, including:

                    • Job Design, Teams and Technology
                    • Organisational Structures, Management and Procedures
                    • Improvement and Innovation
                    • Leadership and Employee Voice