user led innovation

Patient innovation

Patients are increasingly recognised as a source of innovation and this led Pedro Oliveira and colleagues to establish a network of such user innovators. On this website you can find an introductory video about the principles and also an extensive library of case examples

User-led innovation in the medical sector – Tim Craft, AMS

User-led innovation in the medical sector This podcast is an interview with Dr Tim Craft, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care and also Deputy Medical Director of the Royal United Hospital, Bath, U.K. Tim is also Managing Director of AMS, a medical devices company specialising in anaesthesia equipment. It particularly explores his experience with the

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Tesco Goes West

Professor Michelle Lowe (Southampton University)has been making an extensive longitudinal study of the entry of the UK retailer, Tesco, into the US market. This involved significant innovation along a number of dimensions including opening up new market positions, developing supply chains and rethinking the product/service offering. Her case study ‘Tesco Fresh and easy’ is also

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Girish Prabhu Interview

Interview with Girish Prabhu.  Girish talks about experiences with developing innovations for ‘bottom of the pyramid’ applications. There is a transcript of the interview below:   Girish Prabhu I: We’re very fortunate today to have with us Girish Prabhu who is the director for User Business Design Innovation with Srishti Labs in India. Girish, thank

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