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Innovation at Work by RICHARD BRYNTESON

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50 Innovation Techniques: Addendums

Probe the Constituency

•  In this step, innovators identify who the client is, what the new IT is, what the constraints are, and what research and resources are necessary to become informed. The goal of this step is to gain full understanding of the issue(s).

Observe the Real Situation

•  Through observation, innovators observe real world application of the issue. The observation should be focused on what makes the customer tick and what confuses and confounds.

•  Mountains of data are gathered during this phase of the process.

Develop New Concepts

•  Developing new concepts can be defined in one word: brainstorming. This step of the process calls for any and all ideas to be generated ...

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