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  • How to Pick the Right Problem

    The 12 steps to biomedical innovation starts with being a problem seeker, not a problem solver. Eventually, to be successful, customer problems and solutions need to meld around a VAST business model i.e. one that is not just profitable, but that demonstrates: 1. Validity ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Design, Innovation, problem solving

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  • Three Keys To Meeting The Challenge of Multi-Platform Product Development

    Scenario: A technology company is creating a consumer electronics solution that involves hardware, software and web components. Three separate teams, located in different parts of the company’s facility, create three platforms. Each platform has its own development team, its own Program Man...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, collaboration, culture, Customers, Design, Innovation, Management, Product Innovation, R&D, agile, Cross Functional Alignment, Cross Platforms, Development Teams

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  • 5 Tipps für eine gute Gestaltung – So gehen Sie es an in the group Lean Six Sigma Deutschland

    Sie müssen ab und zu etwas gestalten und wissen nicht genau wie? In unserer neuen Beitragsreihe verleihen wir Ihren Einladungen neuen Glanz und zeigen Ihnen, wie Sie auch als Leihe zum Grafikdesigner werden!Original: https://www.management-circle.de/blog/5-tipps-fuer-gute-gestaltung/ By: Jen...

    Tags: Artikelserie, Sekretariat & Assistenz, Design, Gestaltung, Tipps

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  • Getting to the Root Cause of Project Headaches

    Scenario: a product development team at a medical device company had a testing phase that ran far longer than expected. This delay rippled throughout the project and had serious implications downstream. After the project was complete, the team leader wanted to go back and figure out why the test ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, collaboration, Design, Innovation, Management, Product Innovation, R&D, root cause analysis, Root causes

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  • Okoni Innovation Agency: there is no transformation without creation

    Pierre Baudry, Marc-Antoine Franc and Cécile Bernardet are respectively founding partner, partner and project director at Okoni, an new kind of Innovation Agency, which involves co-making innovation with their customers. First Cécile and Marc-Antoine guided me at Okoni premises, the...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Design, FabLab, Incubation, Marc-Antoine Franc, Okoni, Pierre Baudry, startups, Transformation

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  • Combining lean startup and agile with a design-led approach reduces business risk

    For most corporations, leading in quality means continually pursuing organizational excellence. This means leaders have to make sure that the organization is fit for its purpose, stays that way, and keeps improving over time. Maintaining quality is much easier when the risks i...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, collaboration, Creativity, Design, Governance, Innovation, Leadership, Management, Research, Strategy, #designthinking, #riskmitigation, agile, flow, lean

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  • Emerging Collaborative Tribes, Networks and Collectives 

    It is becoming widely accepted that collaborative organisations adopt more fluid and loose structures, where individuals are given greater responsibility to take smart risks, make decisions appropriate to their role and the task concerned: Without hierarchy, status, power plays and the convention...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, collaboration, culture, Design, Growth, Innovation, Business Models, change, future, Innovation Management, Leadership, Strategy, success

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  • Spring Lab: Instilling a Startup Mindset into Large Corporations

    1) What is the mission (the reason why, la raison d’être) of Spring Lab, its value proposition, and its main line of services (acceleration devices, learning expeditions, collective intelligence workshop, innov-athons, bootcamp) ? In a highly competitive world with constantly cha...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, culture, Design, Innovation, Héloise Lauret, Innovation Management, Spring Lab, startups, Transformation, We Work

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  • How a Shortage of Innovation Leads to Unemployment

    Some believe that robots will take over all our jobs and therefore innovation (specifically in the area of robots) will cause unemployment. But in reality, it’s the other way around. You may be familiar with the product life cycle diagram. Every product (and when I say “product”...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Design, Innovation, R&D, Employment, employment rate, unemployment

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  • How to Design for Success

    What do they want? Some get there with jobs-to-be-done, some use Customer Needs, some swear by ethnographic research and some like to understand why before what. But in all cases, it starts with the customer. Whichever mechanism you use, the objective is clear – to understand what they need...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Design, Strategy, Customer Needs, Innovation Strategy, jobs-to-be-done

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