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Is Design Thinking dead?

Idea to Value

A few weeks ago, I saw an article in Fast Company about the layoffs at IDEO , one of the world’s most respected Design Thinking firms. In fact, IDEO was one of the pioneers of Design Thinking back in the late 1970s, but the process of using Design Thinking as part of innovation work really exploded in the 1990s and 2000s.

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Innovation thinking in Ecosystem and Generative AI design.

Paul Hobcraft

Innovation thinking in Ecosystem and Gen AI design I believe there is a real need to construct a different innovation process. We are rapidly seeing the past of innovating simply in terms of operating on our own. Innovation needs reinventing.

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Gaining a Different Perspective on Innovation through Platforms, Blocks, and Stack Designs

Paul Hobcraft

My fun has been piecing these together to lead me to my suggested Vertical and Horizontal Framework for achieving a different innovation management design. Here I offer a different perspective of innovation that leads to proposing such a change. I will go into the final proposed components in my next post.

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Adopting a Rapid Digital Innovation Process

Paul Hobcraft

The belief that lean management principles will get the innovation out of the door quicker, has been one of those management adoptions that often trick us into believing we are achieving more than we actually are. Designing the complete rapid innovation application process.

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Measuring Innovation Performance

Why do only a third of the organizations worldwide have formal innovation metrics in place despite accepting that innovation is critical to survival? Download this eBook to learn about the 5 basic principles that guide every successful innovation process.

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Innovation Process: Develop…Then Design Later?

Beyond the Obvious

In the traditional R&D process, the product is developed and then handed off to the design team to “wrap” it and make it look pretty. The drawback is that this approach is out of date; in the last ten years consumers have become much more design-savvy.

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Five Barriers to the Innovation Process and How to Overcome Them

IdeaScale

It would seem that the innovation process is simple: Get an idea, refine that idea, implement it, and repeat the process. Here are five common problems with the innovation process and how to resolve them. A well-implemented strategy is key to any innovation process, but that doesn’t mean finding one is easy.