Category: Processes & Tools

Don Wettrick is on a mission: revolutionizing the world of education by training the next generation of innovators. Continue reading

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Inspiration, Imagination, and Innovation – in that order.

Inspiration is the fuel for imagination and imagination is the power behind innovation.. Continue reading

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We’re leading an Innovation Excellence Research study to evaluate whether and how employee engagement increases the efficiency of innovation programs. The research aim is to answer three key questions… Continue reading

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How should startups frame their strategic thinking? Continue reading

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How to Involve Customers in the SIT Innovation Process

When describing the SIT method, I sometimes say it’s like using the voice of the product. That’s because SIT is based on patterns that are embedded into the products and services you see around you. If products could talk to you, they would describe the five patterns of SIT. Continue reading

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 The Critical Missing Component for Innovation Success is...

Police dramas often focus on three key aspects of a crime: means, motive and opportunity. If one or more of these are missing or can’t be discovered, the chances of solving a crime are bleak. These are some of the “critical” components to solving a crime. Similarly, innovation has some “critical” components that in our experience are often incomplete, if not completely absent. Continue reading

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The future isn’t what we thought it would be. We don’t walk around in silver suits, travel to colonies on Mars or drive in flying cars. Instead, we dress casual, take selfies and communicate in 140 characters. Yet in many ways, we’re much better off than we imagined. Continue reading

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