(Article contributed by Peninsula)
Innovation always begins with the detection of users’ needs, and this is the trigger of a whole process that leads to an action plan guiding the team and conveying the project. The success of innovation, however, resides in its constant application within organisations, and also in knowing how to observe and capture unsolved problems to prioritise them and detect opportunities from them, both inside and outside the organisation.
In this article Roc Fages, Executive Partner at Peninsula – Corporate Innovation, addresses the importance of non-stop innovation processes to move forward as a company, and he broadens this conception to open innovation, that is, trusting external points of view to enrich the enterprise’s knowledge.
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