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Processes make innovation replicable and implementable.

We know through experience that innovation processes that are simple to follow and execute generate financial gains whilst strengthening the efficiency of an organisation. That's why we've documented over 55  'how to' innovate process map flow charts to enable our clients to excel at innovation. We wanted to give you one of our most popular process map flow charts: "How to commercialise an idea from scratch in one page"

Grow your business with a free innovation process tool.

Your journey towards innovation success in business starts right here. Simply sign up below to receive our "How to commercialise an idea from scratch in one page" and get started immediately!

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Read our latest innovation magazine - Innovation Blueprints

We know that newsletters and blogs aren't for everyone. That's why we've created an innovation magazine that brings together the latest innovation tips and the latest commercial innovations that are creating waves around the world.

You can read our latest issue below, or if you'd like to receive our quarterly magazine we'll send it direct to you. Just fill out the form below.


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do the unthinkable

Download your free unthinkable origami to help you prompt yourself to achieve the unthinkable. There's a catch! You have to build the origami yourself. The origami you are going to build is a 'chatterbox' or at least that's what we called them we were kids. Here's the instruction on how to do it.

1. Download and then print out the origami. You will need to crop it to make an even square. 2. Fold the handout in half to form a rectangle, open back out and turn over. Fold each corner of the square in, as you did in Step 2, to make an even smaller square. 3. Fold the square in half to make a rectangle, open back out, turn 180 degrees, fold in half and open back out again.


 

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