What “SKILLS” are in YOUR Innovation Toolbox?
Yes! Everything above is strategically AND systematically integrated into our 8-Step Systematic Innovation Framework!
Click a “skill/tool” to learn more or contact us for much more detail and ask us about our FREE Webinars or in-house Executive Overviews.
Back in 1994, we set out to understand INNOVATION and INVENTIVE THINKING at a much deeper level. Our goal was to make “innovation” much more efficient and practical for typical product development teams in ANY industry. Through extensive research on innovation best-practices and dozens of iterations, we have refined a process into what we now call “Systematic Innovation”, an 8-step “framework” that is centered around Value, Quality, and Inventive Thinking.
Our process integrates well over three dozen technological and psychological “best practices” used by industry leaders. This process proactively creates New Value for your customers. Learn exactly when, how, and where to use all the tools & methods in the TOOLBOX above. Contact us for details.
Above this, to the right of the TOOLBOX is a short video that introduces the basics of our 8-step “Systematic Innovation” process. With clients on 5 continents, ask us about our project based training, facilitation, workshops, coaching and webinars on any or all aspects of our 8-step Systematic Innovation process. Questions welcomed and encouraged!
(You must be on the nervous edge of product development and Innovation to succeed)
G. S. Altshuller (Creator of TRIZ)
(Stop stumbling around, leverage existing innovation knowledge)
(Continuous Improvement is rarely enough to succeed)
(No matter how good your plan is, be prepared and ready to adjust)
(Over 3 dozen lenses exist to focus and expand your creativity)
(In today's competitive landscape, Innovation is a necessary and fundamental skill)
(Lateral thinking and borrowing brilliance are great skills to learn)
(Are you happy with where you are going?)
(Complacency and stagnation in business is dangerous, continuous Innovation keeps you relevant)
(Learn how to look at a situation from multiple different perspectives to see beyond the obvious)
(Learn a technique called "PainStorming" in the Voice of Customer stage of our Systematic Innovation Process)
... Henry Ford
(There is tremendous power in your attitude, learn to be more optimistic)
(For successful Innovation you need to try many different things)
(Understand your customers, the market, and competitive landscape as early as possible, learn how in Step 1 of our Systematic Innovation Framework)
(Teamwork coupled with Innovation Best Practices is a great recipe)
(Sometimes being interesting trumps improvement of known requirements)
(There will ALWAYS be someone to tell you WHY your idea sucks. The interesting thing is, that WHY is often very solvable!)
(Learn an innovation algorithm to simplify all systems and all processes)
(Learn to see things from several unique and innovative perspectives)
(Recognize, celebrate, and leverage the unique the strengths of all)
(Never say never, learn how to explore the fringes to create interesting new paradigms)
The Economist Magazine
(If that is the case, what are the best methods your company is using?)
(We believe our Systematic Innovation framework helps you learn to think and think to learn)
(Looking at a situation from different lenses adds clarity)
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(Don't ever believe there nothing new to learn around Inventive Thinking)
(Learn an algorithm that uses 6 rules to eliminate any part of any system, really!)
(Learn and leverage the power of asking "Why" and "Why Not", then learn the power of "And Thinking" over typical "Or Thinking")
(Inventive Thinking Skills will never replace the brain, only enhance it)
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, French writer/aviator
(There are at least 3 Inventive Thinking Skills that DIRECTLY result in simpler systems)
(Learn over 3 dozen unique perspectives that uncover opportunities)
(What's in YOUR Marketing and Innovation Toolboxes?)
(Innovation requires unique modes of thought which continue to evolve)
(Customers don't know what they want, they want what they know! It is the Innovators job to discover "future needs" through Inventive Thinking Skills and Best Practices)
Trevor Baylis, British Inventor
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Be sure to mouse over the word cloud above. Each of the tools and skills are integrated into a unique framework for Innovation and Inventive Thinking. When a skill or tool is clicked you will see a very brief explanation of the skill. Contact us to learn any of the tools and skills at a much deeper level.