Design Thinking is just one piece of the corporate innovation puzzle and it alone is never enough.
About six months ago I made the decision to leave a successful management consulting career to follow my startup dreams.
Flow Genome Project's Jamie Wheal discusses why creativity is more than a skill.
Why your ideation tools aren’t working and how to bring ideas back to life.
When it comes to creatviity, the state you’re in is more important than the tools you use.
Hailing from Austin, Texas, Ash Maurya is the founder of Leanstack. Since bootstrapping his last company seven years ago, he has launched five products and one peer-to-web application framework.
After my recent appearance on the Razor Sharp Show with Ray Milidoni, I was invited back for a deep dive interview with Matt Romania, to talk all about a topic of personal disruption
Matthew E May is the author of Amazon bestseller Winning the Brain Game: Fixing the 7 Fatal Flaws of Thinking.
If you've been listening to my podcast or reading my blogs you'll know that I like to sprinkle elements of philosophy, mindfulness and self improvement throughout - no, this is not for reasons of self indulgence, but has to do with the fact that when it comes to innovation and entrepreneurship, one can not effectively perform unless the mind, body and spirit are attuned to the task at hand.
July 26, 2017
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Behavioural Innovation is the study of the way we make decisions about innovation. The new science looks at the way we assess our innovation investments and make choices, whether that be an investment of effort, time or money, in our own or other people’s ideas. In this resource, we will look at ways we can improve the decisions we make about the innovations we invest in.
96% of startups fail. It's not because they build products that don't work. Rather, it's because they build products that nobody wants! The startups that succeed are those that define the key make or break assumptions underlying their business model, create experiments and pass/fail metrics and get out of the building to test their assumptions using real people. Speed and making as many changes based on validated learnings as possible before running out of resources is imperative to success. Before you do this though, make sure you've completed your business model canvas first.