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Short insights on digital market trend learnings and our approach to problem-solving

How to create and use customer journey maps to improve your business

4 minute read → Why use journey maps?  A government client of ours routinely published content and wanted to improve their content production process. Managers were frustrated because the writing staff would routinely circumvent the mandated process because they felt it took too long to follow. Circumventing led to faster content production, but..

Should IoT fit into my digital transformation strategy?

3 minute read → With every new digital innovation comes the question, “How does this fit this into my current digital transformation (DX) efforts?” The internet of things (IoT) trend brings this question into unique focus as it offers the ability to digitize any thing.

How to interview for a remote job

8 minute read → Intevity has always been a remote organization.  We believe that a company that hires the best talent no matter where they are located, will result in a company that has the best talent available.  People who learn about our company's remote nature love the idea of working remotely and often ask us: how do I get that kind of job? 

Make your innovation lab an idea killing machine

4 minute read → A lot of organizations view innovation labs as idea factories, but the most successful programs we’ve seen have set up their labs to be idea killers instead. Lean, mean idea-killing machines that kill ideas as quickly, and with the least amount of investment, as possible. We’re here to tell you how they do it.

Prepare your organization for innovation in 3 steps

4 minute read →  90% of executives saying that long-term success depends on developing and implementing new ideas. The growing realization that new ideas are better fostered through deliberation rather than accidentally discovery is the reason we've seen innovation programs on the rise recently in organizations.  While seemingly straightforward,..

Start your corporate innovation program with these 3 things

3 minute read →  Our research and work with several Fortune 500 companies taught us that there are three (3) must-have requirements to build innovation. Successful innovative organizations invest in a dedicated team, adopt frameworks to support ingenuity while simultaneously decreasing risk, and stay maniacally-focused to surfacing and..

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