You’ve probably heard of it: the ‘Not Invented Here syndrome’. People tend to reject solutions that originated outside their team, department or organisation. Luckily, you can avoid triggering [...]
To make your innovation project happen, you'll have to work together. Only by including the right innovation partners, you'll succeed.
User research is an important part of creative problem-solving. It helps you to discover valuable insights and real customer problems worth solving.
New employees or team members can help identify new innovation opportunities. But they won’t do this automatically. A fresh eyes journal helps newcomers to share what has gone unnoticed for too long.
Innovators should embrace failure and keep an eye out for unexpected results. Failed innovations can be incredibly valuable.