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How to use the science of storytelling to win support

Once upon a time, in a high rise not too far…

Lucy Zucker • 28 May 2018

Three ways to drive greater creativity in innovation

It seems logical to think that the more resources you have available for creativity (be that time, money, people, scope etc.) that the more creative you will be. I mean, why wouldn’t you be more creative without limitations? That’s what blue-sky thinking is all about, right?! Interestingly, research tells…

Zoe Aitken • 27 April 2018

How to avoid being a turkey this year

With Christmas done and dusted for another year, I want to share a suitably festive story (that has an important lesson) with you. I’ve paraphrased a story from Nassim Taleb’s book Antifragile – a book I have been recommending to anyone who will listen for the…

Nick Johnston • 19 January 2018

Three signs that your organisation is killing innovation

Innovation is a word at the tip of almost every CEO’s lips. However, despite the best of intentions, many organisations are killing innovation. There are several issues that these organisations have in common.   Leaders don’t walk the talk While the majority of CEOs and their leadership teams talk…

Dr. Amantha Imber • 22 December 2017

For the best innovation, get out and experiment

I’ve just realised that everything I thought I ever knew about Market Research, when it comes to testing innovation, was either flawed or is fast becoming redundant. If, like me, you have employed traditional market research approaches (i.e. concept tests, market simulation tests, focus groups, etc) to evaluate and validate…

Zoe Aitken • 22 December 2017

If it’s good enough for the Wright brothers

In 1903, Orville Wright, with his brother Wilbur watching from below, piloted history’s first ever powered, manned flight. That singular flight completely changed the course of history. There are now over 100,000 commercial flights in the air each day…(in fact I am writing from one now!). But the Wright Brothers…

Imogen Aitken • 5 May 2017