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Read our latest articles on innovation management and innovation in a wide range of industries.

Posted by: Julian Eberling
Category: Service Design

3 examples that reveal the potential of service design

  Service Design ensures a better customer experience. This method can be used to improve existing services or develop entirely new ones. Read this blog post to find out how it works and how it's helping startups transform entire industries. Design Thinking is not only applicable to products. This innovation method can also be used to develop new services. After all, services that are ge...

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Posted by: Julian Eberling

How networked mobility pulls chaos out of traffic

  Most new cars bought today are already networked. The really exciting functions such as autonomous driving are only possible in conjunction with powerful communication networks. Then individual mobility can be better controlled and that generates many advantages. Which technology is to serve as the infrastructure is still controversial at present. "Today, computers, smartphones and the...

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Posted by: Julian Eberling

How does an innovation workshop work?

  An innovation workshop serves to find concrete ideas for innovations and to develop initial concepts. In this article you can read how an innovation workshop at Lead Innovation works. 1. Definition of the goal for the workshop Even before the workshop, it should be determined what the aim of the workshop is and what the framework conditions for it are. The individual parts of this fram...

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Posted by: Julian Eberling

Quantum computers: state of development and areas of application

  Quantum computers have specific properties that enable them to process exponentially more information than today's computers. But how do quantum computers actually work? At what stage of development are they and where are potential applications? These are the basic questions we will answer below.   How do quantum computers work? One bit, the smallest electronic memory unit, forms the b...

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