The BlogOn this blog you can follow us on our journey to develop methods for introducing creative thinking and ideation techniques into the early stages of an innovation process in order to stimulate radical innovation. We are doing this as a part of master thesis from the Master Programme in Business and Design at the School of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg University.
David Joelsson holds a BSc. in Innovation and Design Engineering. David is driven by his curiosity about the human ability to create new ideas.
Sigrid Hellberg holds a BSc. in Business and Economics with a focus on international marketing. Sigrid is driven by a will to find new and better ways of doing things, and the belief that business can actually help improve society.
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My interest in methods for creativity started when I attended to Per Kristensson’s lectures, during my studies at Karlstad University. In this YouTube clip from TEDxKarolinska Institutet Per holds a lecture on Keys to Creative Performance in Organizations. He highlights … Continue reading
If you watched the video in my last blog post you heard Leadbeater using the term Pro-Ams, which means passionate amateurs who works to professional standards. Having written The Pro-Am Revolution: How enthusiasts are changing our economy and society (together … Continue reading
Sigrid and I are striving to create an innovation process that will be successful in generating products and services that will change industries and create new markets. We feel confident about this task and I think we can give something … Continue reading