Empathy and prototyping turn raw insights into true innovation

From an innovation charter to skill-building opportunities, these are the steps to take to surface and act on great ideas

older and younger workers

Intrapreneurs have feet in two worlds and it’s up to leaders to help them stay balanced

A deceptively simple technique to break a paradigm

How Workplace Safety Insurance Board and EMC create a fluid yet structured innovation climate that accelerates the ideation cycle and makes solutions-thinking a priority

A Queen’s team designs a new search engine that provides just enough faintly-related results to trigger novel ideas

Much of what passes for brainstorming are idea-killing sessions that leave organizations thinking they’re not innovative. The technique of storyboarding can remove the worst of these habits and surface both great ideas and a plan of action.

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