Learn from Design-Driven Innovation Labs

Service design and design thinking have been introduced in almost all large companies due to the increasing complexity of challenges today. Design-driven innovation labs are being set up as a driving force for in-house innovation.

In our publication "Design Thinking In House", we present the results of our study on the evolution and typologies of innovation labs. Furthermore, we have collected fascinating perspective from companies like Deutsche Telekom, ÖBB, Lufthansa, Swisscom and General Electric, who share insights into the way their design-driven innovation labs work.

Take a sneak peek of contents here!

 

Interested in the knowledge gained through the Innovation Labs Worldwide study?

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