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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Innovation and failure - from words to deeds

By Cecilia Thirlway on 30 November 2017

Topics: guest posts, innovation, insight

We came across this post by Boston-based innovation consultant Eugene Ivanov earlier this week, and loved it so much we asked if we could re-post it here.
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Wondering about using innovation software? A few things to think about

By Cecilia Thirlway on 19 July 2017

Topics: front end of innovation, idea management, innovation, insight, software, Solverboard World

Photo by Tachina Lee on Unsplash Please note: in February 2018 Solverboard for Business became Solverboard Work, and Solverboard Open became Solverboard World. Find out more about these changes here. It’s a confusing old world out there...
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'Innovation managers have to be politically savvy street-fighters'

By Cecilia Thirlway on 22 June 2017

Topics: front end of innovation, innovation, insight

I’m suffering from information overload right now, having spent most of last week at the  Front End of Innovation conference having interesting conversations with inspiring people.
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Does size matter? Building your innovation community

By Cecilia Thirlway on 11 May 2017

Topics: co-creation, community, creative thinking, engagement, fan engagement, innovation, insight, Solverboard World

  Please note: in February 2018 Solverboard for Business became Solverboard Work, and Solverboard Open became Solverboard World. Find out more about these changes here.
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