The drive for innovation in products and services and a culture of ‘fail early; fail often’ has bred a desire for very early prototypes. This approach lends itself to an entire industry tackling a problem or for the venture capitalists funding them. It can be broadly characterised as hypothesis-led. It is much less appropriate or advantageous for an individual project team within an established industry attempting to reinvent an existing product/service category. For these teams, an insight-led approach in which multiple concepts are developed in parallel is more appropriate.
This presentation will give an introduction to each of these two dominant models of design-driven innovation. It will look at the advantages and disadvantages of each; and look at the issue of localised optimal solutions and what this means for innovation.
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