Design Innovation and Agile: Making Innovation a habit
More than 90% of products fail after they are rolled out to end users. Why is that so? Were these products not really innovative enough? Yes, they were innovative in their own ways. But users still discard these products. And again, many of us humans believe that innovation is a rare thing and only some knows the “art of innovating”.
In this brief talk titled "Design Innovation and Agile: Making Innovation a habit", the innovation-is-an-art myth will be busted and we will be looking at the “scientific” approach to innovating. Yes, Innovation can be a culture like many organisations like Google, Pepsi, and Microsoft, are. Design Thinking is a great strategy for innovation and thereby, can help in creating products that can amaze end users. While we discuss these points, we will also see if there is any agility in Design Innovation.
Outline/structure of the Session
- What is Innovation? What is design? What is the relationship between Innovation and Design.
- Innovations are risky and unpredictable.
- We need to practice innovation for success and repeatability.
- Key factors that lead to innovation.
- Moving from the Art to the “Science of Innovation”
- Design Thinking as a strategy for Innovation
- Innovation by Design: How Design Innovation can help in generating amazing value, through better solutions and products, and creating new markets and users.
At the end of this session, the participants will be able to:
- Explain what Design-driven Innovation is.
- List the key reason why many products fail.
- Articulate what Design Thinking is and how it can be an awesome tool for Innovation.
- Practice innovation by learning a few techniques, like Design Thinking, to innovate.
Business Heads, Innovation Leaders, Agile Professionals, Design-Thinkers
The participants must be aware of the basic concepts of Agile.
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