Everybody is creative and everyone is an innovator. By encouraging diversity in opinions and backgrounds, we can find better solutions and go further. But, in many organisations, great ideas are too often reserved to the ‘creatives’. And many so-called ‘non creatives’ are often stuck in organisations that doesn’t allow them
Our selection of the best articles and content on the web this week. Enjoy! Hooked: how to build habit-forming products What makes some products so engaging while others flop? Nir Eyal explains the psychology behind the world’s most habit-forming technologies and provides practical advice for increasing user engagement.
If you are working in innovation, you probably have already heard that failing fast is the key to success. But, seriously, do you find failure easy to deal with? I don’t… So, it’s time to forget about failure and start thinking about experiment instead! WHY FAILING FAST IS IMPORTANT Fact: 70%
Top tips for getting stakeholders and delivery partners to buy in and become advocates. As every product manager will know, innovation needs money and buy-in. It doesn’t matter how minimal your minimum viable product is, someone else may have to pick up the bill. And you’ll need the help of
We have seen many devices and applications for hiking, running, cycling, … Activities that can be monitored using « easy » data to track such as time, distance, heart rate, … Activities where the sensors don’t spoil the experience.But what about sports where performance is more complicated to track? Sports where physical constraints