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How To Navigate The Unknown Waters Of Your Future Business

The traditional image of a leader is a person who points out the direction with his or her whole hand, and we gladly follow. Our inherent wish to follow is one of our strongest traits as humans. It is strictly programmed into our DNA since our capability of copying behavior […]

Accelerate Your Innovation Agenda post COVID 19

How can you accelerate your innovation agenda as you move onwards from COVID 19? The pandemic we have faced for many months now is unique in some respects, but in many other ways we’ve faced these issues before.

The Evolution of Higher and Executive Education is Here

The evolution of higher education is here, and due to that, we publish our five steps to succeeding with establishing an innovation center and delivering more value across the board. 

Innovation goals – how to connect goals and innovation

Setting Innovation goals and analyzing them can make you more successful. How do you get this right and why should you do it? I recently interacted with a client that have had high levels of innovation activity ongoing for some time. The activities have yielded lots of very interesting and […]

From idea to commercial proof in 10 weeks – idea generation at the forefront

Statistics belie the common misconception that you can transform a eureka moment into a commercial success. Rather, it is the result of thousands of experiments, failures, observations, and inspirations from history and other disciplines, as well as an unbiased creation process which sees thoughts grow step by step

Coherent innovation strategy

One of the major drivers of success with innovation is to have a coherent innovation strategy. Coherent companies has shown outperformance in both market cap growth and EBITDA margins. This is an introduction to how you can develop a coherent innovation strategy

Epilogue: The Post–COVID-19 World

The year is 2050, and we are blooming in a new Renaissance. The pandemic back in 2020 took its toll—with lockdowns not only delivering a devastating economic impact but also a huge social impact that none could foresee. The virus mutated several times, and it is still around in various guises. But we have learned to live with it, and in its wake: social adoption and a deeper understanding of the interaction between the different systems that form the global ecosystem.

Why get certified as an innovation consultant?

Well, that is a good question. Here’s why:

Innovation Management is the backbone of transformation, digitalization, and sustainability. It is a science and not serendipity. As a matter of fact, it is a 100-year-old science, and we studied the peer-reviewed material from this period, building out a published framework that also served in the pre-work of setting the ISO 56000 standard for Innovation Management.

No Scenario Planning Kills Organizations

The Swedish petroleum company, Preem, among others, is in trouble after canceling a new initiative that was never meant to be. 

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Green Innovation with 4R: Beyond zero waste-creating regenerative business models

Regenerative business models are on the rise; not just focusing on less waste or stopping using carbon, but rather aiming to restore and complement the traditional 3Rs: Reduce, Recycle and Reuse.

How To Navigate The Unknown Waters Of Your Future Business

The traditional image of a leader is a person who points out the direction with his or her whole hand, and we gladly follow. Our inherent wish to follow is one of our strongest traits as humans. It is strictly programmed into our DNA since our capability of copying behavior […]

Accelerate Your Innovation Agenda post COVID 19

How can you accelerate your innovation agenda as you move onwards from COVID 19? The pandemic we have faced for many months now is unique in some respects, but in many other ways we’ve faced these issues before.

The Evolution of Higher and Executive Education is Here

The evolution of higher education is here, and due to that, we publish our five steps to succeeding with establishing an innovation center and delivering more value across the board. 

Innovation goals – how to connect goals and innovation

Setting Innovation goals and analyzing them can make you more successful. How do you get this right and why should you do it? I recently interacted with a client that have had high levels of innovation activity ongoing for some time. The activities have yielded lots of very interesting and […]

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