Category: How To

How to test your ideas with a sprint and save millions – guest post

running track - guest post about running a sprint

Today’s guest post is from Adam Babajee-Pycroft, Managing Director of our UX partners Natural Interaction. Adam took some time out from planning the next iteration of Solverboard’s user experience (spoiler alert – it’s REALLY good) to share some of his experience on running successful sprints. Developing new ideas within an established business can swallow up… Read more »

How to make a success of innovation in your organisation

Please note: in February 2018 Solverboard for Business became Solverboard Work, and Solverboard Open became Solverboard World. Find out more about these changes here. While we’d love to think that all you need to get innovation projects up and running in your organisation is to start using Solverboard, we know that it’s a bit more… Read more »

How to make the most of your first 30 days on Solverboard for Business

  Please note: in February 2018 Solverboard for Business became Solverboard Work, and Solverboard Open became Solverboard World. Find out more about these changes here. Please note: this post references a whole heap of How To guides to help you use Solverboard as effectively as possible. Some of them are still in the process of… Read more »

How To Prioritise Your Company’s Innovation Budget

In this article originally published in the Harvard Business Review back in September 2014, Brad Power and Steve Stanton lay out a roadmap for corporate investment in innovation.Here’s the scene: A problem has come up with one of your supply chain vendors, threatening to delay timely shipment of your product. At the same time, a… Read more »