Kymanox Innovation Capabilities
Wherever you are on your innovation journey, Kymanox can help you get to market effectively, efficiently, and in a compliant manner so you stay in market once you get there.
How do you know you’ve arrived if you don’t know where you’re going? Our strategy offerings enable companies to proceed with confidence that you’re putting your innovation resources to good use.Start Getting More Done!
The information and communication technology (ICT) field is full of technologies and applications that can be used. This includes broadband technologies, which have had widespread use, now followed.Start Getting More Done!
Support & Capabilities
Looking for ways to elevate your innovation game? From innovation audits to culture and training, we create bespoke solutions that accelerate teams and companies with the right tools, training, and systems.Start Getting More Done!
Supercharge Your Everyday
Many companies innovate by starting initiatives, special projects, or an innovation team. There’s a place for all of those but applying innovation to everyday operations is a great way to get started. Talk to us about how you can start having impact today.Start Getting More Done!
Meet our Innovation Solution Experts
Dr. Nick Schill, PhD
Markets That Benefit from Our Innovation Solutions
Our experts understand the interaction between devices and drug products. Our experience includes injectables, nasal, respiratory, and more.
We understand why “the product is the process” and how to implement solutions to your unique challenges.
Drug development is constantly evolving with new regulations and technology. We stay up to date to maintain your compliance.
The Kymanox Innovation Solutions Difference
We understand innovation from inside and outside the life sciences industry because sometimes the best answers come from unexpected places
Flexibility & Agility
At Kymanox, we make it easy for clients to get the solutions they need, when they need it. Clients tell us our flexibility is one of the key reasons they keep coming back.
Blend of Strategy & Execution
We bring user-centric innovation to life by starting with strategy, adding our world class development capabilities, and mixing in our proprietary project management to ensure execution.
We practice what we preach as are constantly helping clients bring their products to market. We also know that sometimes the hardest step in innovation is the first one.
Frequently Asked Innovation Solution Questions
I know my team needs to innovate but where do I begin?
If you feel this way, rest easy. This is a common perspective that many clients have. Our process takes into consideration each client’s unique situation. It most frequently starts with a deep dive into why innovation is important to your team. It sounds easy but we will help you diagnose what problems you are trying to solve and uncover the true drivers. Innovation is a means to an end, not an end unto itself though many in the media might have you believe differently. Ultimately, harnessing the power of innovation means understanding the why, what, who, and how to tackle innovation (sure when and where also but all in due time). We’ll help you fully assess your situation, work with you to develop an innovation strategy, and help you get going. Are you surprised you didn’t see “digital” in there somewhere? While it’s true digital transformation is an undeniable part of innovation in the 21st century, it’s not the only way to innovate. Beware of companies who start pushing technology before strategy. If your system is flawed in some way, rarely is the right answer to automate it so you can make mistakes more quickly.
Why should I invest in innovation when the ROI is so difficult to identify?
Is it possible you’re measuring the wrong thing or at least measuring the wrong way? At the end of the day, companies exist to make money, so everything leads back to generating profits. We get that. Too often, however, the common metrics used by many finance teams aren’t appropriate for innovation. We can help you devise appropriate innovation accounting that takes into consideration the inputs, process, and outputs (including ROI) of innovation. Many organizations suffer from whiplash when it comes to innovation with CFOs expecting return within an annual budget cycle or two. We can help you put in the metrics which make sense for innovation. That’s great, you say, but what are the potential benefits of innovation? Well, that list is quite extensive but some of our favorite reasons include...
- Revenue growth
- More efficient operations
- Employee engagement
- Attracting talent to the organization
- Enhanced company culture
What is Design Thinking? I’ve heard a lot about it but I don’t get it.
Design thinking is a non-linear, iterative process that teams use to understand users, challenge assumptions, redefine problems and create innovative solutions to prototype and test. There are five components: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype and Test. It is most often used to tackle problems that are ill-defined and can be used in a wide range of applications. Want more? We recommend checking out the Design Thinking Crash Course from Stanford d.school, leading academic experts in the field.
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