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Innovation by Design - The Creating Phase PIVOT & GRIT

    • Entrepreneurship

Welcome back everyone.Today’s show we get back to innovation by design.After validating desirability, we now work on feasibility, starting with the creating phase.Before we lean into that, just a reminder about last weeks episode on Brains, bravery and belief - a model from Dr. Christian Walsh used to help entrepreneurs learn from failure, which is something that we need to adapt to during feasibility. Check that show out for more context into failure than simply failing fast.Let’s get back to creating. I think what’s helpful is to understand that creativity is introducing something new into the world, your organisation or yourself that is novel and useful.Which means that there are various levels of innovation and innovation doesn’t have to be the next Air B’n’B.When I started thinking and learning about innovation , I thought that it was beyond my skill set. The reality is that anyone can learn to be creative.We unpack 10 common myths surrounding innovation, learn about 'the tortoise and the hare' and plenty of tools for generating ideas.Until next time, thank you for listening in.Here’s to your success!101+ Innovation Resources FREE download available hereIf you liked this episode, check out these:Podcast: Design Thinking 101Podcast: Brains, Bravery and BeliefBlog: Design Thinking for Innovation – Ultimate Guide and DownloadMore about the show: Pivot & GritLet’s connect!LinkedInTwitterWebsite

Welcome back everyone.Today’s show we get back to innovation by design.After validating desirability, we now work on feasibility, starting with the creating phase.Before we lean into that, just a reminder about last weeks episode on Brains, bravery and belief - a model from Dr. Christian Walsh used to help entrepreneurs learn from failure, which is something that we need to adapt to during feasibility. Check that show out for more context into failure than simply failing fast.Let’s get back to creating. I think what’s helpful is to understand that creativity is introducing something new into the world, your organisation or yourself that is novel and useful.Which means that there are various levels of innovation and innovation doesn’t have to be the next Air B’n’B.When I started thinking and learning about innovation , I thought that it was beyond my skill set. The reality is that anyone can learn to be creative.We unpack 10 common myths surrounding innovation, learn about 'the tortoise and the hare' and plenty of tools for generating ideas.Until next time, thank you for listening in.Here’s to your success!101+ Innovation Resources FREE download available hereIf you liked this episode, check out these:Podcast: Design Thinking 101Podcast: Brains, Bravery and BeliefBlog: Design Thinking for Innovation – Ultimate Guide and DownloadMore about the show: Pivot & GritLet’s connect!LinkedInTwitterWebsite

10 min