Category: Design

Maybe as companies grow, and especially when they become public, they simply cannot be creative anymore? The regulatory requirements associated with being a public company, and the liability considerations of having “deep pockets” alone might prevent the company from creating an environment supporting creativity. Continue reading

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Dr. Leigh George, Founder and CEO of Freedom, talks about the intersection of innovation and marketing and why marketing is more important to businesses than ever in this episode of ‘The Innovation Engine’ podcast. Continue reading

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Design Thinking

Now that Design Thinking is more commonly known, many groups are starting to adopt it. Chad McAllister Nathan interviews Nathan Owen Rosenberg Sr. to learn about the culture aspects of moving towards Design Thinking. Continue reading

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There are some that say design and innovation can change the world. Cameron Sinclair, who heads up design and construction for the Jolie-Pitt Foundation, is one of those people. Continue reading

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Lead Users Guide Product Management

Many innovators recognize the value of lead users, but the trick is developing a systematic means of identifying them. Continue reading

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France Corporate FabLabs

FabLabs, and now Corporate FabLabs are soaring. Through the presentation of some Fablabs creators, we realize that, beyond manufacturing tools, they are extensive and sparkling innovation spaces. Continue reading

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Design Thinking to Bring Problems into Focus

Design Thinking involves 5 steps that begin with learning from customers and ends through iterations of product design and prototyping, producing a product that solves the customers’ problem in a valuable way – a solution they love. Continue reading

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