- A printed circuit layout designer initiated something very much like UPS's three-minute huddles to get him and the engineers on a project aligned at the start of each day.
- The librarian in that organization put up a whiteboard outside the library and stimulated conversation with pithy, pertinent (or impertinent) phrases, which sounds a lot like Google's graffiti board.
- One part of the manufacturing organization moved their organization to a model somewhat like that at W.L. Gore. Indeed, I was fortunate to be along when they visited a Gore facility to learn from them.
Check out their list, and see if any of those ideas might help you.