Tag Archives - Emergent Innovation

How novelty comes into the world

In an interview with Uschi Sorz, Markus Peschl spoke about working environments that facilitate innovation. Enabling Spaces are particularly important for this: “They should help people to encounter novelty in their thought processes and bring about innovation.” © Wiener Zeitung – Supplement “Future”, November 9, 2018 Image: Jill hHeyer at Unsplash

Those who generate needs survive

Those who “see the world in all its possibilities and potential” and those who question not only the world but, above all, themselves, are the ones who are sustainable, says innovation researcher Markus Peschl: Interview in “Die Presse” on the question of how different spaces enable or prevent innovation. If you find yourself interested just…

Future-oriented innovation

We have contributed a new publication on future-oriented innovation: “How affordances and potentials can teach us how to learn from the future as it emerges” (2017) In W. Hofkirchner and M. Burgin (Eds.), The future information society. Social and technological problems, pp. 223–240. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. If you find yourself interested, you can order…

Innovation Conference 2016: Work.Research.Life

Within the framework of the Innovation Conference 2016, the Innovation Lab invited Thomas Fundneider to a round table discussion (including Greiner, Swarovski) on the topic “Mindset for Innovation: Shaping radical change by letting go of old patterns of thought”. The practical workshop and the panel discussion provided an exciting start for the subsequent lectures. Salzburg,…

Design Thinking Summit

For the first Design Thinking Summit in Austria, Carina designed a workshop on “Designing Innovation” and held two spontaneous dialogue sessions on “Communicating the future as it emerges”. Together with her participants, she addressed the question of how we can talk about “what is not there yet”. She demonstrated practical methods and stressed the importance…

Shaping the future

M. Peschl and T. Fundneider have published a new article about the difference between emerging innovation and trends: “Von der Zukunftsvorhersage zur Emergenten Innovation” (“From Future Prediction to Emerging Innovation”). Publisher: Rat für Forschung und Technologieentwicklung. Echomedia, 2015. Image: Rob Lambert at Unsplash

Theory U and Emergent Innovation

One of the great challenges in the field of innovation is to create something radically novel, but at the same time something that people where “waiting” for, although nobody could have made this expectation explicit. In this chapter, Markus Peschl and Thomas Fundneider present an alternative approach to innovation: “Emergent Innovation” – a socio-epistemological innovation…