MIT Solve – can technology help create the future of work?

By Cecilia Thirlway on 05 April 2018

Topics: creative thinking, featured, innovation

MIT launched its 2018 Solve Challenges recently, and as ever, they reflect some of the bigger issues of our times.
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When is a failure not a failure? Why we need to stop using the f-word

By Cecilia Thirlway on 24 March 2018

Topics: featured, innovation

Picture credit: Tash Willcocks, Hyper Island I’ve just come back from the IRM Innovation, Business Change and Technology conference, where Solverboard was exhibiting, and I am a broken woman.
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What does Altered Carbon tell us about creativity and collaboration?

By Cecilia Thirlway on 20 February 2018

Topics: creative thinking, featured, innovation

Have you been watching Altered Carbon? Going by the amount of online chat many millions of us are, so chances are you’re one of them. (If you’re not watching it yet, there’s a good synopsis of the premise here – go on, have a read. I’ll wait.)
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Creating the Solverboard ecosystem

By Solverboard on 08 February 2018

Topics: creative thinking, featured, idea management, innovation, new features, Solverboard news

Today our core business tool, Solverboard for Business, got a host of updated features as well as a fresh new look and a new name: Solverboard Work. But that’s not all that’s changed: the new Solverboard Work is just part of our Solverboard...
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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 Raconteur.net 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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