I recently stumbled upon a new label for the behaviours we associate with leadership. In this short clip Nipun Mehta explains a “different paradigm of leadership, which he calls “laddership””. After rolling the idea [READ MORE]
Design thinking is a process for developing new ideas and solving problems. It is a series of “design-specific cognitive activities that designers apply during the process of designing” (Visser, W. 2006). It normally involves: Empathising [READ MORE]
Further to my post about thinking obliquely and divergently (First inspired by Marty Neumeier’s article on the Liquid Agency site) I have made this handy little graphic of the nine strategies shared. I hope you find it useful.
When you use an activity to generate ideas it typically comes with a set standard creative pace. The way I see it the pace dial is usually set between Incubate/Slow OR Force/Fast. We might also [READ MORE]
This research is fascinating as it runs somewhat counter to some commonly held beliefs about the best conditions for generating ideas. In my own experience I discuss the importance of not judging ideas too soon, [READ MORE]