Systematic Inventive Thinking (SIT) Why thinking INSIDE the box is more effective than thinking outside the Box
Innovation has been widely spoken about as the way that the public and private sector can ensure they are as effective and efficient as they possibly can be when it comes to new products, new services, or a combination of both. Innovation has been linked as a driver for organizational growth, new market development, productivity improvement, resource management and a host of other elements that are all seen to be vital in the modern 21st Century organization. But what is 'innovation'?! A quick search on the internet will throw up over 1.3billion results!! Even the definition of 'innovation' varies depending on the context and the individual being asked the question. So how can organizations and individuals embrace the powerful results that innovation is often credited to being able to deliver?!
One perspective is to transfer innovation thinking from the classic 'Think out of the box' approach to a 'Think in the box' scenario! The Systematic Innovative Thinking (SIT) approach enable individuals, teams and organizations (public and private sector) to help facilitate creative problem solving.
The approach is based on 5 key techniques which include:
NASSCOM Invites you to a Systematic Inventive Thinking (SIT) Why thinking INSIDE the box is more effective than thinking outside the Box.
Dil Sidhu Associate Dean, Columbia Business School
Session is Free to attend for NASSCOM Members, but prior registration is mandatory