Imagine an organisation where anything is possible

By Cecilia Thirlway on 18 December 2017
Topics: creative thinking, creativity, featured, futurism, idea management, innovation, insight, scenario planning, science fiction, storytelling
This article recently ran on as part of a Times supplement on Enterprise Agility.Fans of science fiction will know that in the future almost anything is possible. Whether it’s neural laces for human-to-computer communication,...
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Six years of 6Heads – the better angels of our nature

By Cecilia Thirlway on 29 November 2017
Topics: 6Heads, creative thinking, innovation, Solverboard Social, sustainability, systems change
Monday nights are often pretty dull, especially at this time of year – it’s dark and cold, and everyone is adjusting to being back in the daily grind of the week. So it was hugely refreshing and uplifting to spend my Monday evening in the company...
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The EBN tech camp, Italy and a cow

By Toby Bartholomew on 10 November 2017
Topics: creative thinking, innovation, Solverboard Work, Solverboard news
Can you remember where you woke up this morning? Imagine that you wake up there again tomorrow...and are lying next to a fully-grown cow.
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Scaling down: picking the best small innovation team

By Cecilia Thirlway on 13 October 2017
Topics: creative thinking, Solverboard Work
Most people have heard of Amazon chief Jeff Bezos’ two-pizza rule: if a meeting can’t share two pizzas, then there’s too many people in the room.
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Innovation Conversations: Samuel West, Innovation Researcher

By Cecilia Thirlway on 01 August 2017
Topics: business, creative thinking, creativity, innovation, innovation conversation, Innovation Conversations, workplace
The Museum of Innovation Failure enjoyed a lot of press coverage recently, which is how I first came across Samuel. But although I wanted to ask him about that, I was also interested to see that his academic work has been focused on creativity at...
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