Gartner Research

Facilitating the Flash: Tata Power, Roehl Transport Case Examples

Published: 25 February 2016

ID: G00302550

Analyst(s): Mary Mesaglio , Jackie Fenn

Summary

Facilitating the flash of insight is physical and psychological. To inspire creative outcomes, CIOs must focus on the physical and psychological environments. Introducing triggers like stretch goals and thought-provoking constraints is an effective way to jump-start creative thinking.

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Case Examples

  • Tata Power Uses the “Nominal Group Technique” to Encourage Participation
  • Nature and Prototyping Trigger Breakthrough Ideas for Roehl Transport

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