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Five Innovation Lessons from 3M

3M is an iconic innovative company. Although mostly known for “sticky and scratchy things” (post-its and sandpaper), 3M have over 55,000 products, releasing 25 new products per week and had over 3700 global patents granted in 2016. 743 more words


What is design thinking and why is it important to your business?

Design thinking is a creative problem solving and innovation process that makes change possible. Instead of FOR users, this human centered approach designs services and products WITH users. 591 more words

Design Thinking

Time to Appreciate Appreciative Inquiry

Have you been in an innovation workshop and felt it seemed somewhat negative? Everyone was talking about problems, pain points, failure, creating a bad atmosphere that is not conducive to maximising creativity and innovation. 447 more words


“Without change there is no innovation, creativity,
or incentive for
improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable.” -William Pollard. 88 more words


Meetings - the ugly truth

“How do you feel about meetings at work?”

“They’re amazing, absolutely stunning. Incredibly productive, deeply satisfying and always a great use of time. I love ‘em, can’t wait for the next one!” 994 more words

Idea Generation

Maybe This Explains Some of General Motor's Issues

Dr. Michael Arena is the Chief Talent Officer at General Motors. He is an expert and authority on talent, and has focused on how to get talent to innovate. 268 more words