Technology Alone Will Not Crack Your Innovation Challenge
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Technology is great. With it we can automate, reduce costs, create new business models, generate more revenue, track our customer behavior and more. And all this is great for innovating our companies, our organisations, our teams and ourselves.
All such entities have a big challenge innovating. They are constantly facing challenges from the new market shift, from new laws, from new customer expectations. Yet around us we hear a lot of talk about innovation through technology and not enough talk on the human aspect of innovating.
To solve a problem / challenge in front of you you need to tackle both the TECHNOLOGY ASPECT + HUMAN ASPECT. You need to have clarity. You and your team need to have the right mindset to innovate. That is why the human aspect is so important.
There are a lot of methods and innovation methodologies out there that can give you this clarity about the human aspect.
– Design Sprints
– Customer Journey Mapping
– Empathy Maps
– Business Canvas – Lean Canvas
and many more.
At this is what we aim to bring you at Malta Innovation Summit. The right mix of inspiration from technology and human thinking.
Let’s future-proof our businesses, and our lives, together.
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Agreed we can empower more people to innovate if we invest in creative thinking skills. Disruption of technology or industry sectors comes from disruptive thinking which comes from lateral thinking.. The power of lateral relative is PROVOCATION.
If you really want your organisation to innovate ten you have to invest in training your staff with creative thinking and innovation skills ( novaskills). Creolabs has been promoting such skills since it inception in 2014.
Josep G. Woods7th August 2019 at 7:57 am