Over the weekend I came across an article in which its author states that innovation is about making progress, not making experiments. This is somewhat true, and I think there’s a misunderstanding with his experimentation argument.
“You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.”- Joni Mitchell
What happens when you get a bunch of people to turn off autocorrect for a week? You get some insight!
I just came across this video of how the Nordstrom Innovation Lab created, tested and built an iPad app in just one week with the intent of enhancing the eye wear buying experience. I thought I’d share this with you as a follow up post to the three part series I wrote on how to leave small thinking behind.
Though the video was posted almost three years ago, it is still quite relevant for rapid prototyping towards innovation.
There are a few things that I want to bring to your attention about rapid prototyping:…
In the past week I’ve had some interesting conversations with colleagues, friends and random people about culture and innovation capability. There are a couple of themes that have come up, one of which I’ll touch on here: feedback as it relates to innovation.
First, let’s put one thing on the table: there is no innovation without experimentation.