How to generate ideas

By Cecilia Thirlway on 30 May 2019
Topics: creative thinking, creativity, idea management, ideas, ideation, divergent thinking
The innovation process frequently starts with a new idea, a flash of inspiration or a fresh perspective that can be difficult to engineer. In this article we outline some tips on how to help your people flex their creative muscles.
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How to frame an innovation challenge

By Cecilia Thirlway on 17 April 2019
Topics: idea management, innovation, challenge, creative problem solving
Taking MIT's innovative approach to office heating as an example, we look at ways to redefine the problem you're looking to solve, to generate truly creative ideas.
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Are you an adaptor or an innovator?

By Cecilia Thirlway on 25 November 2018
Topics: creative thinking, idea management, innovation
It turns out that knowing the answer to that question is incredibly useful: for individuals, for managers, and for anyone hoping to build a culture of innovation in their organisation.
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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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