Manufacturers Are the BEDROCK
...and a strong bedrock is needed to grow a strong country. Innovation in manufacturing could mean: new products or services to grow your bottom line, improved processes to increase efficiency or quality of life, decreased costs...join us for a FREE webinar on methods to get started.
Who is Eureka! Ranch?
The Eureka! Ranch was founded 27 years ago by Doug Hall with a simple purpose: To develop the world’s most reliable methods for increasing innovation speed and decreasing risk.
The Eureka! Ranch is legendary for its singular focus on creating big ideas that are "meaningfully unique" to customers, companies and those working on them. The Ranch leadership team believes in innovation so much that it invests 20% of revenue into quantitative R&D focused on more effective innovation methods.
The Eureka! Ranch itself is a custom built facility on 80 acres just east of Cincinnati. Attending an event at the Ranch is a mind altering experience that no one ever forgets. That said, when teams can't come to the ranch - the ranch goes to them at locations all around the globe.
Many world class innovators, including Procter & Gamble, Nike, Walt Disney, Johnson & Johnson, and American Express, have been so satisfied that they’ve hired the Ranch over a half dozen times.
What is Innovation Engineering?
Innovation Engineering transforms innovation from a random event into a reliable, scientific system for profitable growth. It accomplishes this by creating a culture of never ending innovation within organizations that delivers increased innovation speed (up to 6x) and decreased risk (30 to 80%).
In 2005, Eureka! Ranch partnered with the University of Maine to develop the new field of study we call "Innovation Engineering" - quite simply, a systematic approach to innovation that increases speed and decreases risk. (like Chemical Engineering is the application of the science of Chemistry, Innovation Engineering is the application of the science of innovation).
Since then, Innovation Engineering has been delivered to large corporations, utilized by non-profits and taught to undergraduate and graduate students on 11 different college campuses.
Video: How Innovation Engineering Works