From time to time, we will here publish some of the methods and tools we use in our work. Our philosophy is to build upon established industry standards (mostly the tools and thinking from Strategyzer, Innosight, or the d.Schools in Potsdam and Stanford, to name but a few). We strongly believe that it is more purposeful to strengthen well-established tool stacks and thinking, which have been adopted by a majority of organizations, instead of creating the 1000th derivate of a Business Model or ‘X Canvas’ just for differentiation's sake. This is why most of our tools come as a kind of plugin for some existing tool or method.
Lean Experiment Menu
A 156 pages inspirational playbook full with lean experiments for training and project work
Innovation Mastery Assessment
How ready is your organization to scale agile innovation approaches like Design Thinking, Lean Startup, or Scrum? Find out with our quick assessment …
“Better Together” Poster
Teaching and reflection posters to make learners aware of the interrelations of Design Thinking, Lean Startup and agile software development with Scrum.
Project Challenge Framing Poster
Align your team around a well-framed design thinking challenge. Not too broad, not to narrow, and solution free ...
Design Thinking Cheat Sheet for Executives
This is a two-pager we hand out to busy executives during our leadership trainings for further reflection on their way back, e.g. in the airplane.
User Research Scoping Canvas
Plan your user research when kicking off a new project
Design Abilities Poster
Illustrated posters of the d.School Stanford design abilities for workshop use
The Anatomy of the How-Might-We Question
A detailed guide of how to come up with better brainstorming questions.
Innovation System Design Card Set
The building blocks of an innovation ecosystem. Great for strategy work with corporate executives and innovation architects.