Businesses are rich with ideas for innovation, not poor. So what holds organizations back?
Jeremy Alexis, Senior Lecturer, IIT Institute of Design; Director, IPRO; Director, Idea Shop
Carole Bilson, President, DMI
The adoption of innovation methods and design thinking has left many companies with numerous ideas and ambitions for creating change, but little in the way of implementation processes and measurable results. Jeremy Alexis, Assistant Professor at IIT Institute of Design, Director of IPRO, and the Director of the Idea Shop conducted in-depth interviews with innovation leaders at over 50 companies in a variety of industries to understand the barriers that prevented “innovative” ideas from being implemented.
In this webcast Jeremy discussed the findings of the research, including best practices, as a means to help companies get more value out of their design and innovation efforts.
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION QUESTIONS- DOWNLOADABLE PDFs:
Two Channel Innovation Discussion
Highland Park Model Discussion
Leadership Influence Discussion
From Jeremy's session at the Design Leadership Conference 2016:
"The Mysteries of Innovation Culture"