It used to be that live performances brought truckloads of sets to evoke different emotions depending upon the song. Today, all that is accomplished through lighting.
The Trace Adkins concert featured synchronized lighting with a different array for each song — or even each stanza of the song — and used high-powered spotlights to bring the stage into the crowd. The lighting was a show in itself independent of the music, featuring colors, patterns, rotations, and choreographed movements.
But all with the same lights.
What is the equivalent to spotlights in your organization — something that you use for one purpose but could be expanded to provide much greater utility? It may be a piece of equipment, a resource, furniture, space, services, or personnel — but think hard about what you are using in one way that could serve you better by leveraging its versatility and impact. Hoping the light bulb goes off for you!