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Design Thinking 2.0 - Turbo charging how you innovate

Design Thinking 2.0 - Turbo charging how you innovate

“Design thinking” has swept the world. While there have been many methods for finding innovative yet practical solutions to business and social challenges – such as the “Creative Problem Solving” process of Osborn and Parnes – somehow “design thinking” has caught the world’s fancy like no other.

Part 3: Jump-shifting the impact of Innovation Campaigns

Part 3: Jump-shifting the impact of Innovation Campaigns

Part 3 of 3: Talent Development as an enabling force for innovation campaigns

Innovation campaigns are great for near-term impact and results. They get ideas into the pipeline for evaluation and possible implementation. And there are tangible payoffs in terms of increased revenues, improved efficiency, and cost savings.

Are you leading with style?

Are you leading with style?

Rob Lauber, Chief Learning Officer at McDonald’s Corporation, has a competence he may not be conscious of – an “unconscious competence,” a phrase coined by Noel Burch, a learning expert at Gordon Training International in the 1970s.

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