Collaborating on Zoom Guide: Remotely Facilitate a Virtual Meeting or Workshop

Zoom is a video conferencing tool that can help you hold virtual innovation workshops or programs. Find resources and guidance on how to use it here.

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Top Remote Work Software Tools to Innovate & Collaborate

We’ve compiled this “meta-list” from looking at the software tools that were recommended again and again from 30 different innovative designers, collaborators, and facilitators who were posting their own lists of recommended software and online tools in our social networks.

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Strategies for Innovating Your Workspaces

What is the relationship between the places we work and our ability to innovate? From the layout of your office to the business tools you use each day, our work environments play a key role in our ability to think critically and creatively about unexplored avenues for future success. In an age where technology is…

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4 inspiring ways the most innovative organisations use co-creation

A survey of top global companies by Innovation Leader found that 61% of big companies regularly team-up with suppliers, distributors, partners and franchisees to innovate. 58% work directly with customers and end-users to co-create new products and services. And 45% regularly co-design with start-ups. Those adopting these new ways of working are seeing some big…

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Co-creating for marketing success: Why customers are the new marketing agency

Launching a campaign to customers is nerve-wracking for even the most established marketing department. An epic amount of work has led to this point: research, strategy, endless meetings, creative, testing and execution. Yet only then, once all that time and money has been invested in your campaign, do your customers get to see it. And…

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Supply chain innovation: Using co-creation to unlock hidden value

    There’s no such thing as “too efficient”. There’s always room for improvement. It’s why businesses are forever under pressure to deliver on new operational efficiencies whether through reducing costs or improving outputs. But what happens when you genuinely feel you’ve exhausted every avenue and turned over every stone you can within the organisation?…

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Business Storytelling Training Workshop

Storytelling for Business Leaders Storytelling has become a powerful approach for leadership, innovation, and design thinking. A business storytelling training workshop can help us to learn this craft and develop our communication skills. Using storytelling in training and leading can help us to relate and connect to others at an emotional level – and help…

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Harvard Business Review Leadership Development Articles

Looking for Harvard Business Review leadership development resources? Discover these articles related to leadership training and development.

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Read these top Harvard Business Review learning and personal development articles.

Harvard Business Review Learning & Development Articles

Review these top Harvard Business Review articles for learning and personal development at work.

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5 Tips for Adding Value to Agile Design

Agile Design Tip 1—Clear Goals Supported by Design Research In Some Thoughts on Design Research, Agile, and Traps Charles Lambdin stresses the importance of clearly defined goals. “Design Innovative software” is not a concrete goal; it’s a vague directive. Expand online clothing offerings, streamline the sales funnel, and clearly present all costs to customers are…

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