Posts in Ideation
Insights and Ideation

Want to set up a proper foundation for your ideas to succeed? Trig can help you form a resilient structure built out of research. What problem does your product solve? Are your design ideas human-centered? Who wants what you are offering? Don't run yourself ragged with guesswork trying to find out! Trig has you covered with personalized ideation sessions.

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Scaling With Data Podcast (Your Culture is Built on Data)

Culture and data seem like opposing ideas, but in my conversation with Sean Steigerwald, founder of Malartu, we explored how the proper use of data can build a culture of transparency, accountability, and promote a healthy work-life balance.  Prior to the podcast, Sean and I have been enjoying exchanging books and ideas along this topic as we have sought to guide the growth of our respective companies.

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265 Ideas in 10 Minutes, no Parrots

We discussed research that showed 98% of four-year olds test as creative geniuses, yet only 2% of the adult population remains a creative genius.  Why is that?  One might blame the education system, but I believe the problem is deeper than that.  Parrots are to blame for why you are not a creative genius today.

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2017 BMES Coulter College - Lessons Learned

From August 3rd to August 6th, rising undergraduate seniors from twelve international Biomedical Engineering college programs convened in Atlanta Georgia for an educational contest of who could develop the best medical device design and prepare the best investor pitch on the supporting business.  The Coulter College event was hosted by the Biomedical Engineering Society with support from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation.

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Virtual Ideation and Peak Creative Performance

The truth of face-to-face brainstorming is that the quantity of ideas generated per person drops significantly each time someone is added to the team. The political nature of the typical office can be stifling. Think about your most recent brainstorm, when a colleague was talking were you thinking about your ideas or trying to figure out how to respond to them?

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