Technology may change, but the questions on how we use it don’t. The four biggest questions for innovation practitioners span inspiration, validation, realization and the finish-line pitfall.
Regardless of the industry or type of technology, these issues appear universal. That’s what inspired me to write a series of articles tackling each of these issues head on. Starting next week, we’ll be sharing a practical article, jam-packed with suggestions, every two weeks.
How to Find Inspiration for Product Innovation
By using research and creative thinking techniques, you can unlock powerful starting points for your next remarkable product creation.
How to Know if Your Product Idea is any Good
Validating your idea with real customers can help you understand when an idea can be successful.
How to Get From a Good Idea to a Great Product
The combination of an agile process and operational alignment will make the journey of product design possible.
4. THE PITFALL
How to Avoid a Product that Nobody Wants
Avoid the expensive mistake of a product failure and ensure you’ve created a true product innovation.
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About the author
Mike is the Head of Innovation at QUALITANCE. He’s passionate about emerging technologies and experience design. Over his award-winning career, he’s worked on big innovation and marketing projects for Nike, Levi’s, Xbox, GE and many others.