The latest innovation insights.
Adapting to a changing situation with a new product, or changing the experience that a consumer can enjoy by showing them a new opportunity can both be wrapped into the single phrase “as you change, so do I”.read more
If a consumer need changes, solutions are available and, if you haven’t heard this before, you heard it here first: Simple sells.
If doing the right thing is what you want to be known for – good job.
If your CEO is fixated on going digital, enjoy the journey.
The words we choose to describe an activity change because somebody feels a need to redefine themselves. Maybe they’ve pivoted into a different area of interest, or want to distance themselves from something. In any event, it’s called ‘Communication’. It reflects an activity called Positioning and we used to call it all Marketing.read more
Maybe we’ll all benefit from a hybrid of efficient delivery of staple items, and the experience of shopping and meeting people too. Trends are important, and it takes an enquiring mind to see past the headline and to where the unmet need is.read more
The UK’s sugar intake is estimated to be roughly three times the recommended amount, and gets close to 33kg a year per person.read more
Perspective affects everything we do, including how we allow insight to influence our view of consumer need. A LinkedIn contact recently posted a blog about the tendency of millennials not to buy material goods (houses, cars) in the same way older generations have...read more
When you go looking for support – or even an objective hearing your pitch, rationale and presentation of the business case better be good.read more
‘No Regrets’ policies is shorthand for managements’ way of trying to anticipate every possible scenario that could play out in their market.read more
We hear about ‘no regrets’ policies being used as descriptions of company innovation activites. What do you think; does a scenario equal a strategy?read more
I gave a presentation on why we need to innovate and Design Thinking this week to an audience of savvy technical people, running their own businesses in a technological area. And I shared the podium with a couple of other people. One of them gave a really interesting...read more