Considering the potential of curiosity in skill acquisition, the development of interests, goal perseverance, and various positive subjective experiences, individual differences in curiosity can be expected originate new processes to drive our future innovation management and systems. Curious people want naturally to continually accumulate new abilities and experiences. Finally, while a human centered process, “design thinking approach” not means “forget the product-centered approach”. There is no incompatibility between design thinking, technical expertise, sustainability or company’s ethical and social values. It depends on integrating social and environmental values into the core of business strategies. With curiosity and perseverance to embrace a societal change we can generate great opportunities for make world better, build new markets and obtain long-term success innovative ideas.
Leila FALCAO, PhD – November 2018
Illustration « Curiosity-driven » : Image adaptée avec permission provenant de la fondation Nobel(c) (Nobel lecture of Laureate Theodor W. Hänsch, Stockholm.
Photo de couverture : by Andy Holmes
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