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Some remarks on politics and strategic decision making

Posted on 4 December, 2013 by & Filed under BlogsFeatured.

It was some time ago that I stumbled upon an article called  written by Randy Hunt, Creative Director of Etsy. In all honesty, I initially only read the title and didn’t thought about it much. I was convinced that the Design competence was crucial to getting the flow of innovation in many organizations going again. […]

The Product Team

Posted on 27 November, 2013 by & Filed under BlogsFeatured.

In an earlier article on strategic design the Product Management competence was introduced. As a starting point the classic book of Haines, , was used which defines the competence as business management at the product, product line, or product portfolio level. It is the competence that maintains not only existing products and services, but also […]

Why user centric innovation is difficult

Posted on 20 October, 2013 by & Filed under BlogsFeatured.

In my blog “Technical and Non Technical innovation” I made the remark that not every attempt to innovate is meant to improve the product or service from a customer point of view. Changing your production process will lead to lower production costs and some very innovative concepts could be involved, even new, patented, inventions. When […]

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