Tag Archives: Prototype

Paris Accenture Innovation Center: Creativity on starting-blocks

What is the Paris Accenture Innovation Center ? In a nutshell, a dizzying innovation team, acting in a tremendous place for creativity! Albane Liger Belair, Accenture Paris Innovation Center Director, and her deputy, in charge of the program lead, Mathieu Cambe, kindly walked me through this amazing space. Identity and purpose Paris Accenture Innovation Center opened in April 2016. Other ...

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Stimulate Creativity – open ended objects for brainstorming

Fast prototyping is a well-known approach to test new concepts through partial completion. But what if the prototype were not the transfer of a new concept, but a way to generate new concepts and creative ideas? That's the path that Virginia Cruiz and Nicolas Gaudron, founders of design agency and innovation consultancy IDSL, have investigated and described in "Open-ended objects: a tool for brainstorming".

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Irresistible Innovation meets Immovable Object

I'm going to let you in on a secret. Doing innovation isn't really all that hard, once you get the hang of it. Yes, there are dozens of methodologies and approaches. You can tap into your employees and/or your customer base for ideas. You can search for interesting technologies in research labs and universities. You can prototype, test and tweak ideas based on customer pilots. In fact, you can do just about anything in innovation. That is, if you can get it started.

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