Here are some tools and resources
to help on your innovation journey.
The following templates may help you. Contact us for more information.
28-Day Innovation Program
A one-page summary of the 28-day innovation program from "The Little Black Book of Innovation" by Scott Anthony.
Innovation Buzzword Bingo
A one-page innovation buzzword bingo sheet to have some fun at your next innovation meeting.
"Crazy Eights" Worksheet
Brainstorm eight new ideas for innovation using this "Crazy Eights" worksheet as suggested in "Sprint" by Jake Knapp.
Innovation software solutions can be great tools. But relying on them too heavily can be perilous. Don't overlook the importance of human involvement in innovation!
If you're interested in the field of innovation, here are some links to read more.
Books are a great resource to pick up new ideas.
The Fifth Discipline
Here's a link to a great book called The Fifth Discipline that will help your organization learn faster than the competition for sustainable competitive advantage in the long run.
The Innovator's Dilemma
Here's a link to the Clayton Christensen's masterful work called The Innovator's Dilemma.
The Lean Startup
The classic book that kicked off the Lean Startup movement. Here's a link.
Consider implementing an agile approach to your innovation project, using the following tools.
Use a tool like Trello to visualize and prioritize your work. Remember to limit work in progress to just a few tasks at once!
Use a tool like Burndown for Trello to track your velocity and improve your productivity. Assign points based on value using their Chrome extension.
Use the Scrum methodology to develop, deliver, and sustain complex projects.