3 Winning models for Innovation Brainstorms. Part 2: Four Lenses of Innovation

This post is the second of three that introduces 3 winning models for innovation, when and how to use them. In this post we explore the Four Lenses model for innovation and…


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How to define your North Star and why does it matter?

In order to create something new for your (potential) customers you need to have some idea who that customer is.


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The customer of tomorrow is already here

In order to create something new for your (potential) customers you need to have some idea who that customer is.


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What the @#$% is happening around us?

The title of this blog is somewhat presumptuous. Especially now the whole world is on fire. How much can we really see in the future.


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Check yourself: Do I know what I don’t know?

The world is changing at a fast pace. How can you brace yourself for uncertainty? The bad news of our time is that there is an alarming increase in the number of things we know…


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The three stages of growth: Initiate – Create – Scale

When we took a closer look at the process of growth within organizations, we were struck by the analogy with the evolutionary process in nature.


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Leonardo da Vinci – the quintessential growth entrepreneur

Leonardo da Vinci blended intense observation skills with theory, experimentation and multidisciplinary use of geometry, art, biology, anatomy, physics, mathematics, optics and…


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The origins of DARE

Daniel Kahneman, the Nobel-Prize-winning psychologist and bestselling author of Thinking Fast and Slow, describes two primary modes of thinking to process information and make…


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Innovation is hard work!

If you look up the word ‘endurance’ in a dictionary, the definition reads: “the ability to withstand hardship and adversity.”


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Innovation needs its fair share of realism – the flipside of creativity

The adventurer immerses himself in experiments while the realist looks for good, clean data to drive decision making.


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