Level up the quantity and quality of your ideation sessions.
Hi, it's Nick from Board of Innovation!
We realised ideation is one of the toughest steps when dealing with innovation. That’s why we created a tool to help changemakers around the world and across sectors to generate insightful, positive, relevant ideas.
Visit www.ideagenerator.io and level up the quantity and quality of your business ideas!
Let you generate a lot of new business ideasCons:
Unlike common beliefs; ideation is not just a matter of getting the right people in the room, adding some post-its and beers to the mix and waiting for 3 hours until the next disruptive venture is somehow brought into being.
A good ideation session is hard work! It is a structured process of guiding the right people through a number of carefully designed exercises - we generally keep the beers for the end of the day. This tool was really useful in the ideation phase.Peter Goossens has used this product for one week.
The What If? cards are great triggers to come up with new ideasCons:
Still in beta (UX could be improved)
True to what we do - we don't keep developing until it's a 100% - going live with a beta version will give us a lot more insights in what could be better. Let us know!Nick Bogaert has used this product for one week.
It's relatively good as it uses some good tools to help innovating (JTBD for example ). No need to know some innovations theories to use itCons:
The industries boundaries are already drawn. the jtbds use are not declined in all three dimensions. some jtbs looks like desired outcome
I'm not a big fan of brainstorming,in fact i hate it for several reasons. The most obvious is that it rarely drive huge growth. But i have to tell that this service is by far more "useful". But the cons have to be used to improve the service and then maybe something very useful that can be use in production can emerge.ahounou khaled has used this product for one day.
Limited industries. "What if's" are unrealistic.
I'm not sure how people in the other industries take on idea generation, but this idea generator seemed to reflect a pretty closed mindset, in my opinion.Bruce Becker Ph.D. has used this product for one day.
Simple, easy to understand, so fast onboarding, interesting questions.
The additional card to get more inspiration is relevant.Cons:
I would expect to choose my target group.
Questions quite product-oriented: add Marketing, Finance...
Role of the "60" card not clear.
It would great to add:
- the possibility of printing the question.
- a mini canvas to write the most powerful ideas, once all the ideas have been spoke of in order to begin with a prioritization.Lucie Poisson has never used this product.