A sea turtle can live up to 150 years. Is the first person who will live to 150 years old alive today? Western institutional healthcare has tended to pay more attention to the “care” over the “health.” Its first priority was in treating illnesses...
Welcome to a day in the very near future. You’ve just woken up in Stockholm in the year 2030. When you wake up, your electric car is returning from its part-time job, autonomously shuttling passengers to earn money while you sleep. The digital...
Technology sometimes gets a bad reputation for creating isolation, polarization, division and worse. With all kinds of fake news, bot swarms, extreme rhetoric, cybercrime and streamed violence, there isn’t any doubt that technology can amplify the worst aspects of human nature. But that’s not the...
“We need to capture the collective intelligence of difference.” –Sofia Falk Inclusion and diversity are becoming a new baseline for companies who want to innovate, especially when defining your value proposition and designing unique customer experiences that can win loyal fans. Diversity of thought and…
Over the years, I have seen many attempts at incentive programs for innovation. It’s no secret that they fail most of the time. The question is why. To address the underlying factors, rather than discuss yet another recipe for failure, I offer up three personal experiences that illustrate important elements in organizational culture that make incentives work.
Too many ideas? Many organizational leaders find this to be just as frustrating as not having enough. The challenge lies in capturing, organizing, and testing these ideas in a structured way so you can make sure you are bringing the best new innovations to market fast enough to capture their full value.
At the award event that concluded the SOS Alarm hackathon, CEO Maria Khorsand announced that the company would move forward with all five concepts presented instead of just the winning team’s concept (which was the original plan).
Happy New Year! We hope you’re just as excited as we are for 2018, this will be the year of innovation! Let’s start off the year with a few highlights on why ideation360 is unique, and why you can trust us as your innovation partner.
The 25th-26th November students will be gathered from Sweden’s universities in a Hackathon to help SOS Alarm find new solutions for current or future needs, which will enable us to create a safer society.
ideation360 was built to help organisations capture the best ideas and turn them into business impact. Let’s kick off an ideation on a topic we are all passionate about: How do we increase creativity at work?
The world is changing faster than ever but it will probably never change this slowly again. This means that organizations around the world need to organize for constant change, for always exploring new opportunities – in parallel with their current core business.
Together with our parent company Innovation360 we are writing a book series in five parts, “The Complete Guide To Business Innovation”, based on key findings from work we and our Licensed Practitioners in +20 countries have done over the past years.
Not long ago one of my clients told me he badly needed “Artificial Intelligence for Dummies.” It was an interesting comment, coming from a highly skilled…
The creative process is rarely linear. With this checklist you can add a little bit of structure to the creative chaos in order to turn creativity into value.
Idea campaigns are all based on the simple concept that the more people who contribute.
We live in a world that is changing faster than ever, and it will probably never change this slow again. Macro forces such as globalization, digitalization and technological development have turned everything we use to know upside down.
Everything we do starts with some form of ideation and selection. It is crucial to get this part of the innovation process right.