Innovate UK has published their ‘Design in Innovation Strategy, 2020-2024’, which aims to help deliver excellent design in innovation across all industries and accelerate economic growth.
12 Key Takeaways from ‘Parts Without a Whole: The Current State of Design Thinking Practice in Organisations’
This is one of our favourite pieces of research into Design Thinking in organisations because it eloquently explores the motivators and inhibitors of embedding design thinking and how that effects outcomes. Valuable reading for anyone interested in Design Thinking for organisations.
The sphere of influence is often represented engulfed in the sphere of concern and was made famous in Stephen Covey’s ‘Seven Habits of Highly...
Tenshi welcomes Integrella as a new client Tenshi is delighted to announce that Integrella has come onboard as a new client. Both organisations are...
Tenshi has been working with Lloyd’s Register Safetytech Accelerator since 2018. We are delighted to have the go-ahead to continue this work extending the accelerator further and creating more innovative challenges.
Whether you’re sitting on a sun lounger, or taking a well-earned break in your garden, think about your partners, processes and culture during your time off.
Working with LR on the Safety Accelerator In June 2018, the Lloyds Register Safety Accelerator was born - a joint initiative between Lloyd’s...
At Tenshi, we have proudly teamed up with Imperial College London, Innovate UK, Lloyd’s Register Foundation, and Coast to Capital (C2C) to run a new...
3D printing has seen some real developments in recent years to become sought after technology across a wide range of industries. According to the International Data Corporation, the 3D printing market is expected to generate nearly $35 billion in revenue by 2020, compared to the $16 billion created four years ago.
However, Design Thinking has not yet become a mainstream innovation methodology. Whilst private sector training exists, these are not directed to the SME’s who need it most.
We face a productivity puzzle; however we have a significant amount of research that supports and even directs us toward a powerful solution. Design Thinking has the potential to step change the UK’s productivity.
We ran a challenge-led open innovation trial, called ‘Dare to Solve’, looking for digital solutions to increase citizen awareness and knowledge of roadworks.
Innovation is a very bandied around term in the world of business today but when we strip it back to its origins, what does it really mean?
Often it is necessary to motivate for budget for innovation programmes. One of the easiest ways to achieve this is to assess the current state of innovation maturity in the organisation.
Running challenge led accelerator trials are highly effective in fostering a culture of innovation that can in turn generate growth.
An insight is something in (your) sight, that wasn’t, before now. It exists already, but not something that you’ve opened your eyes to before.
Working together with Lloyd’s Register we have been setting up a Safety Accelerator, to accelerate the adoption of digital technology for safety.
Its not only difficult for businesses to get traditional forms of investment, it can also be very time consuming and expensive. However the opportunity to receive public funds and resource support, if your solution fits the criteria for a government grant, is a powerful enabler.
The benefits of finding out what people want, before making decisions based on the limitations of your technology.
How can a smart city ease our movement in our ever growing urban spaces? Ten years ago global urban populations had already outgrown their rural...
The Road Less Travelled: Exploring new possibilites in human-centered urban wayfinding with Trueform
Tenshi are excited to kick off a new Design Thinking project with Trueform to explore how to better connect communities and citizens on the go, to...