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3 Things You Need to Know about the Lean Start up method

The Lean Start Up (LSU) was popularised by Eric Reis in his book of the same name. It has had a radical impact on various industries, including government, health care, and even the economy. For example, just this month, The Long Term Stock Exchange was approved, which is a new…

Faustina Delany • 23 August 2019

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 talk innovation like a pro

If you have ever sat in on a meeting about innovation, chances are you probably heard a lot of jargon and buzzwords being thrown around. If you want to talk buzzwords with the best of them, use this article as a cheat sheet to help you out. Alternatively, if you…

Dr. Amantha Imber • 27 April 2018

Why you shouldn’t innovate like Google

(Originally published in the Australian Financial Review, March 13, 2018) I spoke at an innovation conference recently that had some big name speakers and companies. A leader from Airbnb talked about how his team had applied design principles to improve the inclusiveness of their innovations. An ex-Apple executive discussed the…

Dr. Amantha Imber • 16 March 2018

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