The great success of design thinking has been to instil, in corporate innovation teams and entrepreneurial start-ups alike, the need to consider the triumvirate of Desirability, Feasibility and Viability. But an additional focus on Equitability will be essential to succeeding in the operating environment of the future.
If you can generate new ideas you are creative // If you can develop these ideas into new products, services or experiences you are inventive // If from these inventions you can create value for customers, stakeholders, society and for your organisation you are innovative
In a digital, globalised world, with all the concomitant concerns of authenticity, biosecurity, financial security and money laundering, blockchain technologies are set to enable rapid, cost effective identity management, asset tracking, compliance and certainty of transaction completion.
3D printing is ushering in a new atomic model for physical objects and a new era of pan-industrial competition. Any factory anywhere can potentially manufacture not just parts, but complete products for any number of industries, continually iterate and hyper-personalise these at low cost in response to market demand.
As both consumers and organisations struggle with cognitive overload from the rapidly escalating volume and velocity of data from ever more connected devices, AR offers up a much-needed panacea. Where current internet technologies place access to the right information at the right time at our fingertips, with AR, we will now have it in plain sight.