Change needs to be organised and Innovation needs to be lead.
There are more innovation techniques and methods out there than you can imagine ( e.g. Design thinking, Jobs-To-Be-Done, Double diamond, Lean Startup, Google Design Sprint, Open innovation, Co-creation etc. ) and none of these have a single magic formula. Using and mastering some of these techniques is not enough for building an innovation capability to the organisation.
Innovation challenges differ from one organization to another. Just as each innovation is unique, so is an organization’s culture. The process of innovation that works in one place will not necessarily work in another. To really succeed you need a supportive culture, arsenal of tools in your innovation toolbox , an framework to help you move from fuzzy front end through to implementation and measurement.
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-Current state evaluation, needs and requirements
-Framing the challenge – finding the right problem to solve
-Lessons on selected innovation methods
-Choosing a method for piloting
3.Learning by doing
-Engage all stageholders
-Understanding what success looks like
-Start the first pilot project