Best practices for successful innovation


This mind map looks into the best practices for successful innovation. Like finding the bug(s) of a product or service. Once you know it, it will be the first step to innovation. From techniques like the brown paper lunch up to mind mapping. And yes innovation requires some luck. However great companies capitalize better on their luck  (read the excellent book Great by choice by Jim Collins and Morten Hansen).

Concerning innovation: the more you try, the luckier you get.

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About Hans Buskes

I am a professional mindmapper, I help companies map their business, I am author of two mindmap books. My clients are law firms, municipalities, banks, consultancies and high-tech companies.
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One Response to Best practices for successful innovation

  1. George Huba says:

    Hans, Very nice. In figuring out how you did this and replicating it, I learned a lot of non-obvious stuff about the program. Well done (again). iMindQ is a very fascinating and sort of unique mind mapping program but they still have to attend to some of the basics like allowing you to import and export maps in other formats.

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