Several comments on a Linkedin post (The Product of Innovation is Ideas) inspired an examination of the fractal nature of ideas. This train of thought has some interesting implications for innovation management and culture.
Topics: Innovation, Business Innovation, product innovation
Design thinking has become a widely accepted and extraordinarily useful methodology for addressing a diverse set of problems and solutions. There's no doubt that its user-centered and iterative approach can radically improve the outcome of new product and service development.
Topics: Business Innovation, product innovation, Design Thinking
Have you ever experienced the power of visual collaboration with customers and colleagues when facing complex problems?
Topics: Innovation, Business Innovation, product innovation, Design Thinking
Have you ever heard about Design Thinking? What comes to your mind when you hear it?
Creativity? Creation? Innovation?
Topics: Innovation, Organizational Change, product innovation, Design Thinking
Faced with decreasing market share caused by the "Pepsi Challenge" taste-test battle, Coca Cola launched “Mission Kansas” in the 1980s to reformulate Coke. As Pepsi was going sweeter, New Coke was to follow the trend in an attempt to take over the lead again with the altered taste.
Topics: Business Innovation, product innovation, disruptive change, Disruptive Innovation