Author: Alok Asthana

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22 Feb The Trinity trigger model of Innovation

Trinity Are all innovation scenarios same? Will one model work for all. Surely, no.   In one scenario, you have a blank canvas to start with but also a directive to achieve something distinct at the end of the journey.  Typically, this is when you... READ MORE
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12 Feb new

Idea Management  A robust idea pipeline -  Occasional ideas through enthusiastic workers will not suffice. Launching of idea themes and idea activators are necessary for buzz creation and right focus. Idea submission system - Get one which facilitates  submission at different levels and also collaboration by... READ MORE
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09 Feb Try this, before you start innovating

  Innovation is associated with a search for unusual methods and  projects for significantly good results. Sure, do that. But before you get to the ‘search for unusual and new’, is there something you can do with the usual and the old for quite similar…

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01 Feb De-risking innovation projects

In the last post, we saw that there are different types of risks in innovation projects. Let us see how far can we de-risk.  And, how. Risks are due to you not being able to predict the future course of things correctly. This assumes that…

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23 Jan Type of risks in innovation

Are innovation risks of different kinds?  Well, since there are several types of innovations, there are several types of risks. Will you actually be able to make the product you’ve set out to? If so, will you be able to market it economically? If so, will…

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18 Jan TrendSpeak

Existing formats of innovation systems cater for all the needs and preferences that the user can share with you. In addition to hearing directly from users, observation and other ethnography techniques used by trained innovators helps in getting to know facts that the users are…

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