German company, Celluveyor has invented a conveying system with an omnidirectional drive technology for complex material handling tasks. Essentially, it is a conveyor belt with hexagon wheels which moves the materials in many directions and allows quick assembly. It removes the classic lean waste related to transportation and waiting time.
Do you know a Australian owned fitness center is one of the fastest growing franchisee and its growth is compared to the likes of McDonalds and Subway. Yes, that is F45 training. F45 Training is a global fitness training community specializing in innovative, high intensity group workouts which are fast,
Formula E, which promotes care racing in electric cars has empowered its fans to actively involve in races through ‘Fanboost‘. Fanboost is a concept where their favorite drivers based on fans votes can get a power boost during the race. There is a power accelerator device that gets activated during
Brazil’s Sport Club Recife is known for having some of the most passionate fans in Brazil . They are passionate about life too. Even after death. 51,000 Recife fans have signed up to donate their organs after they die (more than the stadium capacity). The club has mobilised their passionate
A well-known book by the German-born Swiss writer Hermann Hesse ‘The Glass Bead Game’ has inspired innovator Martins Jansons to come up with Bead Game which is now getting more popular as it tries to bring together the digital world without losing the charm of playing a physical board game.
The field of sports always has fascinating things to offer – not just on the field but also off the field. There are several sports innovations today which can provide the corporates with several good practices. One such innovation that can be taken from the sports field to the board
Innovations has different dimensions; one such dimension is using the more to address the less. In this approach,resources/ solutions which are in abundance are used as a lever to find solutions for the areas where there is a huge shortage. Two such recent examples are M-Kopa and the Indian Soccer
Traditional approach to problem solving involves identifying the root causes, addressing the constraints and acting on them with the right set of resources. However, there are many scenarios where one has to work with constraints and find solutions working around it. How can one innovate working with constraints? Some success