Tools for innovation from hybridization

On november 27th Irene Lapuente presented the La Mandarina de Newton own approach to creativity and innovation at the Fòrum CEICS of Innovation, which was hosted by the South Mediterranean Innovation Hub. Her presentation was titled “Tools for innovation from hybridization“:

In this conference world renowned experts presented different approaches to innovation to an audience of researchers, enterpreneurs and business people. Irene, presented a colourful view of innovation and stressed the importance of personal attitude and the importance of arriving at your own methods of innovation by deep reflection and continuous exploration, both individually and with others. Also she stressed the need to be smart and integrate some of the methods that very creative people across very different projects in Art, Design, Technology and Science have develop. In doing so, she showed the idiosyncratic “Mix, Learn, Transform” approach to innovation that we follow at La Mandarina de Newton where each project is unique and requires a fine tuning of methods and synergies.

Eines per a la innovació "La capacitat per innovar es pot entrenar i aprendre mitjançant eines diverses"

During the conference it was possible to listen to renowned experts such as Amnon Levav CEO of Systematic Inventive Thinking (SIT) from Israel; Joan Cortés director of LTC Project from Barcelona Pär Blanking, director d’Innovació de Borders Crossing al Regne Unit and George Por, an expert in collective intelligence. Discussions with all of them where interesting and lively and may lead to further collaboration.

It was very conforting to see that in the middle of such a crisis as the one that we are going through universities and innovators dare to speak together and develop a better future.
We hope that our hybrid approach also helps in improving things through creativity and innnovation.

Eines per a la innovació "La capacitat per innovar es pot entrenar i aprendre mitjançant eines diverses"


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