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September 09, 2018

How to Come Up with Disruptive Ideas Using ‘Random Words’? [Including Video]

in collective creativity, breakthroughs, disruptive innovation, boosting creativity, random words, creativity in the workplace, ideation techniques, ideation process, disruptive ideas, creative problem solving, edward de bono, brainstorming

We only need to be creative and come up with original, new ideas 2% of the times on an average day, yet disruptive solutions are the key to any successful business in the 21st century. We need breakthrough solutions for building a killer product and for growing it with an exceptional customer experience that will be memorable. It is the...

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August 16, 2017

How GE crowdsourced 23 breakthroughs in two weeks

in collective creativity, breakthroughs

GE Healthcare had a recurring practice of involving their staff to brainstorm new product ideas during their annual Innovation Week but was struggling with the quality of their projects.

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July 13, 2017

How to organize a hackathon for innovation

in innovation, hackathon, breakthroughs

In the past few years, we organized several successful hackathons for various Fortune500 companies. Collected from our experience, we have the golden rules and no-goes for you to organize a fruitful event, resulting in implementable projects and an inspired team.

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