Why user centric innovation is difficult

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

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 […]

Technical and Non-technical innovation

Posted on 13 October, 2013 by & Filed under Blogs.

In past blogs I wrote about both the history of the word innovation and the classification of innovation. As it turned out, this was not so easy to do. The word Innovation and the verb derived from, to innovate, are used in many different circumstances and as such it can be defined a little bit […]

Classifying Innovation

Posted on 23 September, 2013 by & Filed under Blogs.

Earlier, I wrote about the history of the word “Innovation”. As it turned out, the use of the innovation was closely linked to invention. Hence the title of my article, “No innovation without invention“. Innovation is about asking the right questions Writer Greg Satell has written a lot about Innovation. In a series of articles […]

No innovation without invention

Posted on 25 August, 2013 by & Filed under Blogs.

When we are talking about Strategic Design, the term Innovation is never far away. It can be said that strategic design is a method to drive innovation. Since these terms are so linked, it seems worthwhile to have a closer look at what they mean. As both businesses and governments seems to agree that there […]

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