Getting great ideas going

In our white paper: Getting great ideas going, idea challenges and other forms of ideation are demystified. We set out the hard and soft benefits and how to achieve them.

  • How to build an innovation culture

  • Crucial steps you should take before generating ideas

  • Why failure can be a good thing 

Featured resources

Buyer’s guide for innovation software solutions

Download our free ten-page guide and find out everything you need to know before investing in an innovation software solution for your organisation.  Specially tailored to your needs, the guide takes you through every step of the decision-making process.


Keeping track of the innovation portfolio

Learn how to bring innovation projects to maturity. In our white paper: Get a grip on portfolio management, KPMG’s Innovation Factory shares invaluable insights. Lucidly sets out how you to manage this complex-seeming process. Learn how to track-and-trace all of your organisation’s innovation projects.

Client case IMDA

In 2018, the Singapore government launched its ambitious Open Innovation Platform to help businesses find solutions to tech-related challenges. This case details the concept and how KPMG Innovation Factory helped make it such a success.


White papers

7 steps to innovation

A step-by-step guide to achieving your innovation strategy. The Seven Steps to Innovation sets out how to develop and roll out a successful innovation strategy.

Make participation easy

Read Make participation easy and discover how to boost participation rates during idea challenges and other crowdsourced campaigns. Learn why it’s important to engage a diverse sample of people and how to keep them committed.

The power of the crowd

Read 'The power of the crowd' to maximise the impact of your idea challenges and other crowdsourced campaigns. Find out what you can do to ensure engagement.


8 tips for innovation

Innovation Toolkit

Client cases


The annual global Heineken Innovation Challenge is a powerful way to trigger the generation of new ideas, to feed the innovation funnel and most importantly to mobilise Heineken employees’ global innovation potential.


Developments in their market combined with an aging workforce created the need to preserve and share knowledge and stimulate forward-thinking. This is the winning case for the Dutch Interactive Awards 2013 in the category “Best Social for Business”.

Construction sector

This company’s division Construction & Real Estate saw a necessity to innovate in their market. So they initiated an Innovation Challenge assisted by Innovation Factory. Their approach to collaborate closely with clients is not often executed in the building sector.

AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals

With the Imagine Chemistry platform, AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals has deliberately chosen to move to a model of open innovation. Anyone can contribute an innovative idea, with full respect for intellectual property rights.


Telco Vodafone has been working with KPMG’s Innovation Factory for years, helping to stay ahead of the competition in this competitive market. Together, we built a global idea management platform open to all Vodafone employees.

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Companies that innovate are ready to anticipate and tackle new challenges. The motivation to innovate either starts from within your business or your industrial environment and demands you to take the next step.