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February 01, 2007

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Eline

Is this Extreme Blue related in any way to the topic of Innovation?

Nicoline

Hey ELine,
To me this is what innovation is all about and one of the best examples of how to "manage" an innovation process.

The whole idea is to do a state-of-the-art project, explore possible groundbreaking opportunities together with a student team and a client. What I like about it that there are people coming together from different disciplines to think of groundbreaking ideas and build a proof of concept in just 12 weeks.

Personally, I think that being innovative almost always requires methodology, structure and discipline and Extreme Blue is a good example of that.
Although of course it would be interesting to know about innovations that have spontaniously occured..

Annerose

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