Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Internal innovation team are internal design consultancies. How?


How are firms that focus on innovation keep the flame alive? Creating and running their own internal design consultancies. 




When research turned to the investigation of how design thinking and design consultancies are able to keep creativity as a mechanism for continued growth alive, several key metrics were developed to measure this. In Identifying Challenges for Industrial Design Consultancy Services the underpinnings of this research is identified. With this, an exact model of how to keep the flame of design alive is articulated and enumerated. 


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Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Want Design and Creativity? See how operating firms utilize it.

How are firms utilizing research as related to design creativity? By not ignoring the importance of innovation groups/team and their impact on a firms capability to launch
 


Which research in design creativity and innovation? details the underpinnings and specifics for the necessity to use an integrated approach to how design and creativity in an organization can be directly translated to ROI and quicker launch times for getting new products to market and in that a way to increase the likelihood of success in the market.


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Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Ready for VR Designed Products? Design is.

Oculus Rift purchased by Facebook and Google’s got Cardboard, the question is only when augmented reality will emerge. And where will it emerge most easily? Retail.

 

iGNITIATE_Ready for VR Designed Products -  Retail is 

In the detailed analysis of: Technology acceptance modeling of augmented reality at the point of sale we see the full underpinnings of the key technologies and design implications for such an undertaking. The question now is the ubiquity and mechanisms for which new design paradigms are able to emerge for the basic use of such systems and in a manner where people are unable to live without it. Where will this hit first? Who will it hit first? Children are the leaders.

 

 

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Thursday, 11 June 2015

iGNITIATE delivers the iGNITE program with the US NAVY

iGNITIATE launches the iGNITE Design & Design Thinking Program with the US NAVY's Dept of Innovation Group, the Chief Of Naval Operations and Vice Admiral's team of 30 international commanders identified as candidates for Admiral. 


The iGNITE Program started in 2007 and in place at Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées ENPC PhD Engineering/MBA Program - France's Oldest Engineering University is currently running at several international universities and corporate programs and was combined with iGNITIATE's Strategize, Sketch & Ship model and applied to the US NAVY's Innovation Program to specifically uncover new product and services slated for rapid launch within the US Armed forces.


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Friday, 5 June 2015

D-->DT-->DIY: Gregory N. Polletta Keynote at the Global DIY Summit

Please join me as I give the Keynote speech at the Global DIY Summit, a 2 day, conference at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel, London, UK, Thursday June 11th & Friday June 12th detailing the intersection of design, design thinking and how this will shape the DIY firms of the future.  

This international conference has been attended yearly by over 500 Senior & C-Level Executives and Board members with 30 Industry Leading Speakers focusing on Design, Innovation Leadership, Finance and in the DIY world. 





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