In order to design the poster, you are required to research academic (peer-reviewed) and high-quality practitioner literature to answer the following question: What is a 'design mindset' in the context of innovation?
You are required to address this question by designing a poster, which visually displays your literature research. In order to be successful in this assessment, you are therefore required to design a carefully constructed and logical poster, which displays your understanding of what a 'design mindset' is in the context of innovation.
“Design mindset in context to innovation”
Meaning if design mindset It is considered as one of the effective method to solve complex problems. In context to innovation it has been analyzed that problems are solved in an innovative manner (Carlgren,Rauth & Elmquist, 2016).
Why it is beneficial for innovators?
Helps to focus on the requirements of the people. Helps the business to achieve success. New ideas are generated (Jordan & Lande, 2016).
Process of Design mindset
- First step is related with Empathize
- Second step focuses on defining
- Third is ideate in which ideas are shared
- In Prototype iterate is done fast
- Last is test in which understanding of impediments takes place (Royalty & Roth, 2016).
In the recent scenario, innovation is an important part that can help the company to achieve success. Through design mindset it can be simple to create products and services that can focus on the needs of the people (Van Der Pijl, Lokitz & Solomon, 2016). To be a design thinker it has also been seen that aptitude should be there so that problems can be resolved (Nicholls& Murdock, 2012). There are many companies who are focusing on considering these techniques so that growth can be achieved and level of competition can be minimized.
Jordan, S., & Lande, M. (2016). Additive innovation in design thinking and making. International Journal of Engineering Education, 32(3), 1438-1444.
Van Der Pijl, P., Lokitz, J., & Solomon, L. K. (2016). Design a better business: New tools, skills, and mindset for strategy and innovation. John Wiley & Sons.
Royalty, A., & Roth, B. (2016). Developing design thinking metrics as a driver of creative innovation. In Design thinking research (pp. 171-183). Springer, Cham. Carlgren, L., Rauth, I., & Elmquist, M. (2016). Framing design thinking: The concept in idea and enactment. Creativity and Innovation Management, 25(1), 38-57.
Carlgren, L., Rauth, I., & Elmquist, M. (2016). Framing design thinking: The concept in idea and enactment. Creativity and Innovation Management, 25(1), 38-57.
Nicholls, A., & Murdock, A. (2012). The nature of social innovation. In Social innovation (pp. 1-30). Palgrave Macmillan, London.