In this conversation, we talk about the importance of defining the right problem to solve, as the first step in any innovation practice.
Lucky also shares his views on how to build a practice capable of being able to innovate on a consistent basis.
We also talk about Design Thinking, its history, the key components of this philosophy and how we can use this to solve complex problems.
He also shares information about the lens from which one could look at ideas to develop further in the innovation cycle.
We also discuss the importance of leadership in the success of innovation practice and some attributes of good leaders.
If you are in the process of solving a complex problem or part of an innovation project, I would like to invite you to join the conversation to gain a different perspective.
Some more resources for Design Thinking: