Seymourpowell’s Head of Transport, Jeremy White, recently delivered a keynote presentation at The Cabin Innovation & Strategies for the Future conference, part of the Aircraft Interiors Expo. Jeremy’s …Continue
Added by Robert Zlokower on April 24, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments
This post is the third in a series on the relationships between design and evolution. You can read them separately but to grasp the concept as a whole I suggest you start with evolution and variation. So now on to…Continue
Added by Mathijs van Meerkerk on April 23, 2012 at 9:00 — No Comments
Blueprints help people envision the future in a practical way. What will the finished work look like? How will we create it? In this article innovation architect Doug Collins introduces a blueprint for the practice of collaborative innovation.
The blueprint helps practice leaders help people envision their organization transformed by the…Continue
Added by Doug Collins on April 19, 2012 at 3:19 — No Comments
In this edition of the Seymourpowell TV series, Seymourpowell's Head of Transport, Jeremy White, discusses the question: "What is the role of digital connectivity in transport, and how should the industry respond to this consumer expectation?"
Added by Robert Zlokower on April 17, 2012 at 17:55 — No Comments
My first post was a short introduction on the relationship between design and evolution. How they are both methods of innovation . In the upcoming posts I will go into the components of evolution; variation, selection and heredity. Now on to the first part variation.
Variation is linked to creativity in my opinion.…Continue
Added by Mathijs van Meerkerk on April 16, 2012 at 9:00 — No Comments
What does it mean to help people realize their potential for leadership through their practice of collaborative innovation?
Added by Doug Collins on April 15, 2012 at 3:35 — No Comments
How great that we have the designer, who is able to view the issue from another angle, and by that can generate new and relevant insights, isn't it?
True, not only designers can do that - it just needs a design thinking, which is driven by curiosity and empathy and wants to improve the existing for…Continue
Added by Jan-Erik Baars on April 14, 2012 at 11:00 — No Comments
In the second of his two-part commentary, Seymourpowell’s Head of Digital Research, Sam Crompton, reveals some interesting insights following his attendance at last months’ Economist Technology Frontiers…Continue
Added by Robert Zlokower on April 10, 2012 at 16:30 — No Comments
In my education as a designer at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences I have always wondered about why design is so effective at solving problems. What makes design so useful and what part of the process should we focus on to make it more effective? Now in my more science focused master at Leiden University I see processes and field that might answer thesequestions. I don't pretend to know it all or that these ideas are scientific. I do think that is gives a perspective on…Continue
Added by Mathijs van Meerkerk on April 9, 2012 at 21:00 — No Comments
Seymourpowell’s Head of Sustainability Chris Sherwin shares his reaction to this year’s Fast Company 50, as shared on Innovation Management – the Online Knowledge Centre for creating value with innovation management…
Recently, I was disheartened to read that ‘green’ innovations’ make up less than 3% of global patents registered (one…Continue
Added by Robert Zlokower on April 5, 2012 at 17:00 — No Comments
In this edition of the Seymourpowell TV series, Seymourpowell showcases its uniquely crafted egg named the 'eneggmatic' egg -- so named as it's coated in special thermochromic aubergine paint that when heated up to 22°C, turns white to reveal handwritten messages underneath. Those who search hard enough will find a hidden message containing a riddle.
Seymourpowell designed the egg as part of the 'The Fabergè Big Egg Hunt' -- a special charity project in central London in…
Added by Robert Zlokower on April 3, 2012 at 18:00 — No Comments
All forms of collaborative innovation demand that practitioners become ethnographers and anthropologists so they can develop insights into the true nature of the problem to be solved or the opportunity to be exploited.
Added by Doug Collins on April 3, 2012 at 14:48 — No Comments
In the first of a two-part commentary, Seymourpowell’s Head of Digital Research, Sam Crompton, reveals some interesting insights following his attendance at last months’ Economist Technology Frontiers Conference.
Added by Robert Zlokower on April 2, 2012 at 16:30 — No Comments