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Does success come from luck or skill, and how do you tell the difference? One way to find an answer: think like a pro gambler does, says football executive Rasmus Ankersen. Using sports analytics to…
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When we think about design thinking, the first word that comes to mind is human. For example, what's the human need behind that business need? Design thinking encourages organizations to focus on the people they're creating for and leads to human-centered products, services, and internal processes. The core of design thinking is getting actionable and knowing your questions. It’s about simple mindset shifts or ways of asking questions differently—a new way to look at problems.
«When you sit down to create a solution for a business need, the first question should always be what's the human need behind it?»
A new report from McKinsey Global Institute finds that U.S. productivity growth has slowed in the last 15 years to 1.4% annual growth (as compared to long-term rates of 2.2% since 1948). It also found…
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«One of the best ways to hone your observation skills is to explain the world around you to children.»
This is a resource for anyone who wants to do things more creatively and collaboratively in their team or organization. It’s a collection of methods and activities, based on Hyper Island’s…
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«The goal of innovation is to devise solutions that address unmet customer needs»
Leveraging strengths -- not "fixing weaknesses" -- is how to win. Better when differentiated. Best when durable. Here's how to create leverage.
Read this executive briefing to learn how a future back strategy can allow you to create the future instead of being disrupted by it.
«What are the major trends affecting the world of healthcare? How will trends drive change in diabetes care? Which stakeholder “jobs” will be most relevant in 2020? What are the “customer value pools” of the future?»
Competing in overcrowded industries is no way to sustain high performance. The real opportunity is to create blue oceans of uncontested market space.
«Never use the competition as a benchmark. Instead, make the competition irrelevant by creating a leap in value for both yourself and your customers.»
Launching a new enterprise—whether it’s a tech start-up, a small business, or an initiative within a large corporation—has always been a hit-or-miss proposition. According to the decades-old formula,…
«Using lean methods across a portfolio of start-ups will result in fewer failures than using traditional methods.»
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