Sustainability

Big Ideas and Process Excellence

One of the things we're also telling our clients when it comes to innovation is that they shouldn't always make the assumption that big ideas should be the only thing on their radar, when in fact we believe that 'process excellence' has the potential to create a similar, if not larger, return on investment than big ideas.

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Using a War Room to Create Pervasive Innovations

Your teams did their market research. They ran an array of consumer insight sessions. They found the customers real Need. They ran professional ideation and storyboard sessions. They created prototypes and performed market tests. They developed their go to market strategy. They executed their plan. Product sales fell dramatically short of expectations. Why? What did they overlook?

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A Low-Cost Solution for the Post-Crisis Rebound

Cableways have been finding their ways in cities, their purpose is to fly over a natural obstacle such as a river, but increasingly projects are popping up left and right for cableways flying across industrial areas or simply districts too densly populated to contemplate street level infrastructure. The idea may not be entirely new, but judging by the number of projects, it looks like an idea whose time has come.

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Exploring and Amplifying Innovation

In my innovation travels I’ve explored much of the lesser understood sides of innovation. I have always set about to try to explain them. One way is I try to relate them to the aspects of everyday innovation, give those often novel and logical frameworks or some method and structures to approach them, so they can be integrated into innovation work.

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