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An innovation process is typically split into different phases. There are numerous innovational methods for conducting the tasks in each phase. Here we will show you some of them.
• Preparation, structures and ways of cooperation
• Startup and kickoff. The purpose is to develop a clear direction and get a clear picture of what you need to follow during the project.
• The goal is to learn the users' needs and situation in relation to what has been defined in the startup phase.
• The goal is to analyze the collected research material in order to create an overview and identification of the development potentials.
• The goal is to develop and select concept ideas that have the potential to be developed further and tested.
• The goal is to test whether the product have any potential before spending resources on further developing the project.
• The goal is to produce a prototype for a product or a service to test on users and customers.
• The goal is to test and adjust the prototype in preparation for the implementation.
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