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For years innovation commentators and economics experts have hailed China as the prime candidate to lead the way in future innovation. With economic growth miles above the sluggish Western economies, a strict, results-driven education system and a growing middle class population capable of driving the need for a consumer-based service industry to counterbalance its manufacturing prowess, China has been the focus of global attention for many years. But against the backdrop of reports in recent weeks of fluctuations in China’s stock market and a slow in economic growth, can China hold on to its … continue reading
For years now the hype surrounding the role of the millennial in marketing demographics, spending habits, supply and demand chains and shaping the future of technology has been profound. But what happens when you explore the world of millennial innovation? What impact can this group of people have on innovation within an organisation? And are innovators using this often dynamic, creative group to their full potential? This week think explores…
WHAT IS A MILLENIAL?
Although the term millennial is often thrown around as a cultural term used to define anyone perceived to be of ‘the younger genera… continue reading
We’re now almost a week into the New Year, and as day to day life begins to settle down to normal and the tinsel trail of Christmas is left behind, there’s no better time to take a look at what 2016 has in store for innovation. This week think is exploring the innovation resolutions you should consider to kick start 2016…
STEP OUTSIDE YOUR COMFORT ZONE
While everyone is making New Year’s resolutions to go to the gym or redecorate the house, when it comes to innovation the start of a new year is the perfect time to take a look at your strategy and make a few innovative resolutions of your own. … continue reading
As the New Year gets under way and organisations far and wide seek to start 2016 with a new innovation strategy to improve their efficiency and use of time, there’s no time like the present to explore the relationship between innovation, time and efficiency.
Here at think we often here that organisations are seeking to innovate not in the realm of product development but in the processes and working methods they use day to day. In an increasingly demanding, competitive environment, the need to be efficient, engaged and effectively managing your time can often become the driving force behind yo… continue reading
As the New Year approaches and we prepare to welcome in 2016, think is casting our glance into the future of women in business and innovation. The 50/50 by 2020 movement has been bubbling in recent years, but as another year ticks by we’re focusing on what this means for women in organisations around the world - how businesses can contribute and the potential impact this could have on innovation.
WHAT IS 50/50 BY 2020?