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user-centric innovation

I hate change!

I hate change!

I hate change! In fact, I don’t even like change. I holiday at the same place, eat at the same restaurants and often order the same meal. So how does someone with an aversion to change work for a company that promotes, encourages and trains thousands of people to innovate and make … change? Here’s my top 3 tips:

3 Clever Cases of User-Centric Innovation

3 Clever Cases of User-Centric Innovation

If the skyrocketing success of Uber, Xero, Airbnb or Deliveroo has taught us anything, it’s that user-centric principles can be applied to the service industry as well as product creation. Here are 3 examples of successful user-centric innovation that transformed their organisations. 

Politics, Business and Design Thinking

Politics, Business and Design Thinking

2016 is likely to go down as one of the most significant 12 months in politics of the 21st century, however, these events also mark an opportunity for a new kind of leadership in politics and business alike. The peoples' voices have not been heard, so now it's time to learn to listen. Andrew Jones' discusses how a Design Thinking approach has the potential to provide the solution. 

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